Protein Passage Across Cell Membranes: Symposium Proceedings

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Proton Passage Across Cell Membranes Chairman: R. C. Thomas 1988 The control of intracellular pH is of vital importance to every living cell. This is reflected in both the diversity of systems covered within this book and their underlying similarities. Proton movement across cell membranes is achieved either by exchange for another cation or by anionic co-transport, which in turn may be direct or indirect and occur by a specific transport mechanism or by non-ionic diffusion. Whereas many transport systems were thought to be ...