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Water transport across epithelia: Barriers, gradients, and mechanisms

Water transport across epithelia: Barriers, gradients, and mechanisms

proceedings of the Alfred Benzon Symposium 15 held at the premises of the Royal ... and Letters, Copenhagen, 1-5 June 1980

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ISBN 108716086007
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Jo I, Harris HW., Jr Molecular mechanisms for the regulation of water transport in amphibian epithelia by antidiuretic hormone. Kidney Int. ; – Kachadorian W, Sariban-Sohraby S, Spring K. Regulation of water permeability in toad urinary bladder at two barriers. Am J Physiol. ; F–F Kao HP, Verkman AS. 3. Ionic Basis and Function of Electrical Activity.- 4. Control of Cardiac Activity by Neurotransmitters.- 5. Summary.- References.- Ion and Water Transport in Gastric Mucosa.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Histology.- 3. Ion Transport across the Secretory and Nutrient Membranes of the Tubular Cells.- 4. Water Transport.- .

Epithelial cells develop tight junctions (TJs) and cell polarity. Both properties are sensitive to environmental signals such as the epidermal growth factor (EGF) and the cardiotonic steroid ouabain. EGF is regarded as the main protector against injuries in epithelia, and ouabain is a hormone that regulates blood pressure, natriuresis, cell survival, and cell adhesion. After treatment with Cited by: 2.   Membrane transporters 1. MEMBRANE transporters 1 2. CONTENTS 2 Introduction Membrane Transporters in therapeutic and adverse drug responses Basic transporter mechanisms Transporter structure and mechanism Vectorial transport Transporter superfamilies in the human genome Transporters involved in pharmacokinetics Transporters and pharmacodynamics: drug action in the .

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Get this from a library. Water transport across epithelia: barriers, gradients, and mechanisms: proceedings of the Alfred Benzon Symposium 15 held at the premises of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Copenhagen, June [H H Ussing;]. Book, Print, Conference in English Water transport across epithelia: barriers, gradients, and mechanisms: proceedings of the Alfred Benzon Symposium 15 held at the premises of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Copenhagen, June With few exceptions, all the internal and external body surfaces of animals, such as the skin, stomach, and intestines, are covered with a layer of epithelial cells called an epithelium (see Figure ).

Many epithelial cells transport ions or small molecules from one side to the other of the epithelium. Those lining the stomach, for instance, secrete hydrochloric acid into the stomach lumen Cited by: 2. The pathways and mechanisms of water transport in this class of epithelia remain controversial, but the prevailing views are that water flow is largely transcellular, via both water pores.

Water channels, aquaporins (AQPs), are a family of small integral plasma membrane proteins that primarily transport water across the plasma membrane. There are 13 members (AQP) in humans.

The purpose of this chapter is to review water transport mechanisms in proximal renal tubule and in Isosmotic Fluid Transport across Epithelia. Authors; Authors and affiliations A.,The role of negative pressure in osmotic equilibrium and osmotic flow, in: Water Transport across Epithelia.

Barriers, Gradients and Mechanisms (H. H Cited by: 5. Although large volumes of water cross the various epithelia of the GI tract as diagrammed in Fig.

there remains a lack of consensus about the mechanisms by which water is transported across epithelia both generally and in specific regions of the GI tract.

However, the general paradigm of water transport following active solute movement Cited by: Abstract. Several epithelia are virtually water-impermeable under at least certain physiological or experimental conditions.

In the mammalian urinary pathway examples include all segments of the renal tubule beyond the bend of the loop of Henle and all segments of Cited by: 1. Title(s): Water transport across epithelia: barriers, gradients, and mechanisms ; proceedings of the Alfred Benzon Symposium 15 held at the premises of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Copenhagen, June / edited by H.H.

Ussing. The evidence that the particles are exclusively involved in water flow is based on a series of experiments employing agents that selectively inhibit or accelerate water flow across the toad bladder.

For example, methohexital, which inhibits water flow but not urea or sodium transport, significantly diminished the number and size of particle Author: Richard M. Hays. The molecular mechanisms for movements of Na + and water across the walls of peripheral microvessels look more like diffusion than flow, but nevertheless the net process is still filtration.

The traditional [ 52 ] and current [ 49, 53 ] views on filtration and reabsorption in peripheral capillaries are described briefly in Endnote by: The development of methods to measure the plasma membrane osmotic water permeability of cell layers has been motivated by the identification of a family of molecular water channels (aquaporins) widely expressed in mammalian tissues (for review, see Nielsen and Agre, ; Verkman et al., ).Water channels have been localized in many epithelia involved in fluid transport, including kidney Cited by: Active transport is the movement of dissolved molecules into or out of a cell through the cell membrane, from a region of lower concentration to a region of higher concentration.

Water and lipids are the two major types of solvent in the body. The lipid cell membrane separates the intracellular fluid from the extracellular fluid (as discussed in Section ).

Substances which are water soluble typically do not cross lipid membranes easily unless specific transport mechanisms are present. This review is mainly concerned with transport of Na +, K +, Cl −, HCO 3 − and water across the barriers.

However consideration is also given in Sect. 2 to transfer of glucose, CO 2, O 2 and amino acids. The mechanisms for ion and water transport are discussed in Sects.

Epithelia act as a barrier to the external environment. The extracellular environment constantly changes, and the epithelia are required to regulate their function in accordance with the changes in the environment. It has been reported that a difference of the environment between the apical and basal sides of epithelia such as osmolality and hydrostatic pressure affects various epithelial Cited by: 1.

Recently, it has been discovered that water transport across many membranous barriers, including those in the eye, are facilitated by aquaporin (AQP) water channels. 58 The AQPs are a family of water channels expressed in animals, plants, and lower organisms.

58 There are at least 11 mammalian AQPs (AQP0 to AQP10) each of which is a small. Biology Final. STUDY. PLAY.

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cells joined into tubes. Regulation of Epithelial Cell Functions by the Osmolality and Hydrostatic Pressure Gradients: A Possible Role of the Tight Junction as a Sensor The last part about the mechanisms of how epithelia sense osmotic ans HP gradient is interesting but lack we have illustrated the movement of water across the apical cell membrane in the apical Cited by: 1.

Water transport across many membranous barriers, including those in the eye, is facilitated by aquaporin (AQP) water channels. 62 The AQPs are a family of molecular water channels expressed in animals, plants, and lower organisms that aid in the rapid bulk transport of fluid and with the transport of fluid against an insufficient osmotic.

The vertebrate integument represents an evolutionary compromise between the needs for mechanical protection and those of sensing the environment and regulating the exchange of materials and energy. Fibrous keratins evolved as a means of strengthening the integument while simultaneously providing a structural support for lipids, which comprise the principal barrier to cutaneous water efflux Cited by: The important message is that the synthesis of the Na + gradient coupling hypothesis and the double-membrane model, with the basolateral localization of the primary active transporter (the Na +-K + pump) responsible for establishing and maintaining the transapical gradient, led to a unified framework that could describe transport across a wide Cited by: Without this active transport these molecules would be unable to cross the blood–CSF barriers as they are too hydrophilic and/or highly polarized.

4–Bi-directional transporters (e.g., OAT family). 5–Protein transporters (e.g., SPARC for albumin) specifically target individual proteins (or classes of protein) and transport them across the Cited by: