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Participation of Rat Liver Nuclei in Movements of Sodium

Nature volume 204, page 888 (28 November 1964) | Download Citation

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In vitro investigations of movements of sodium with muscular tissue seem to have shown that the non-extracellular sodium belongs to more than one phase1. The existence of either a membranous and a cellular phase2 or of two cellular phases with different degrees of order3 has been discussed. We wish to present some experimental findings which may well contribute to the interpretation of sodium transfer processes in animal tissue.

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  1. Department of Physiological Chemistry,

    • H. LANGENDORF
    •  & G. SIEBERT
  2. Department of Medical Radiology, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz, Germany.

    • D. NITZ-LITZOW

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