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Flashcards in Membrane Transport Proteins Deck (37):
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Lecture Overview

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Ions In Plasma

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Patient with Hypoatremia

 

 

Patient with Hypoatremia — low sodium

IV correction leads to Central pontine Mylenosis*sp

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Effects of Isotonic, Hypertonic, and Hypotonic Solutions on Cell Volume

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Osmotic Pressure

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Phospholipid Bilayer

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Components of the Phospholipid bilayer

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Trends in intracellular vs. Extracellular Ion Concentration 

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Relative Permeability to various Ions and Molecules of Phospholipid Bilayer

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Overview of Membrane Transport Proteins

 

 

 

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Simple Diffusion 

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Facilitated Transport

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Active Transport

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Co-Transport

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Simple Diffusion through Membrane Bilayer

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Key Points of Simple Diffusion

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Facilitated Transport

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Frog Oocytes and Aquaporins

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Structure of Aquaporin

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Key Points of Facilitated Diffusion

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P-Class Pumps

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V-Class Proton Pumps

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F-Class Pumps

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ABC Superfamily Pumps

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4 Types of ATP Pumps

 

 

P-Class

V-Class

F-Class

ABC Superfamily

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Transcellular Transport of Glucose from the Intestinal Lumen

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Key Points of Active Transport

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Co-Transport

 

 

 

Secondary Active Transport

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Key Points of Cotransport

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Multidrug Transporter ABCB1

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Selected Human ABC Proteins

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ATPase and pH

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Non-Gated Channels and Resting Membrane Potential

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If we introduce large pores what will happen?

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What will introducing this pump ultimately do?

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What will happen once we produce a Potassium Channel?

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ABC Proteins and Multi-Drug Resistence

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