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|Title:||Effects of acetazolamide, betazole, and HCO<inf>3</inf>- on the acid-base transport of the tortoise urinary bladder, Damonia subtrijuga|
Gordon J. Leitch
|Keywords:||Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology|
|Citation:||Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology -- Part A: Physiology. Vol.43, No.1 (1972), 143-153|
|Abstract:||1. 1. The urinary bladder of the tortoise, Damonia subtrijuga, acidified its mucosal surface and increased the pH at its serosal surface in vitro. 2. 2. Acetazolamide reduced this acid-base transport, apparently by reducing the H + or HCO 3 - available for transport. 3. 3. Betazole increased acid-base transport, apparently by increasing the H + or HCO 3 - available for transport, and by increasing the permeability of the mucosal epithelial cells. 4. 4. HCO 3 - at the mucosal surface increased, and at the serosal surface decreased, acid-base transport. © 1972.|
|Appears in Collections:||Scopus 1969-1990|
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