Transport in Subcellular Organelles of Animals: Plasma Membranes and Derived Transporters:
D.G. Nicholls, Measurement of Transported Calcium in Synaptosomes.
P.E. Kish and T. Ueda, Glutamate Accumulation into Synaptic Vesicles.
D. Levy and P. von Dippe, Identification of Bile Acid Transport Protein in Hepatocyte Sinusoidal Plasma Membranes.
J.D. McGivan, Transport of Alanine across Hepatocyte Plasma Membrane.
S.A. Baldwin and G.E. Lienhard, Purification and Reconstitution of Glucose Transporter from Human Erythrocytes.
G.L. Sottocasa, G.C. Lunazzi, and C. Tiribelli, Isolation of Bilitranslocase, the Anion Transporter from Liver Plasma Membrane for Bilirubin and Other Organic Anions.
W.J. Arion, Measurement of Intactness of Rat Liver Endoplasmic Reticulum.
N.-E.L. Saris and A. Allshire, Calcium Ion Transport in Mitochondria.
D.G. Nicholls and E. Rial, Measurement of Proton Leakage across Mitochondrial Inner Membranes and Its Relation to Protonmotive Force.
J.G. McCormack and R.M. Denton, Influence of Calcium Ions on Mammalian Intramitochondrial Dehydrogenases.
S. Soboll and H. Sies, Effects of Hormones on Mitochondrial Processes.
S. Ohkuma, Use of Fluorescein Isothiocyanate Dextran to Measure Proton Pumping in Lyosomes and Related Organelles.
M.L. Smith, A.A. Greene, J.A. Schneider, R.L. Pisoni, and H.N. Christensen, Cystine Exodus from Lyosomes: Cystinosis.
U. Hopfer and K. Gasser, Isolation of Physiologically Responsive Secretory Granules from Exocrine Tissues.
B. Fleischer, Transport of Nucleotides in Golgi Complex.
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