Kalium-Fluxe und Membranpotential am Froschvorhof in Abhängigkeit von der Kalium-Außenkonzentration View Full Text


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1966-03

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H. G. Haas, H. G. Glitsch, R. Kern, F. Hantsch, G. Siegel

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Summary1. In frog atria the K and Na content of the cells, the membrane potential V, the equilibrium potential EK, and the K efflux and influx of resting preparations were determined as a function of external concentration [K]0 between 0 and 108 mMol/l.2. For [K]0 smaller than 30 mMol/l the membrane potential V (absolute value) was lower than the equilibrium potential EK; for [K]0 above 30 mMol/l V exceeded EK.3. Both K efflux and influx were increased (decreased) by a rise (fall) of [K]0. At higher K concentrations the influx exceeded the efflux considerably.4. 2-4-Dinitrophenole (DNP) as a metabolic inhibitor decreased the K influx by about 30% at all K concentrations but increased the K efflux by 40 to 100%. The membrane potential depolarized by 2–3 mV. These effects were reversible if DNP was applied for less than 10 minutes.5. The normal K efflux and the influx reduced by DNP were taken as the passive ion movements. The difference between these fluxes was regarded as the passive K net flux JK.6. From the data of V, EK, and JK the potassium conductance gK=JK/(V-EK) was calculated. The conductance reached high values when the driving force (V-EK) was directed inwards but fell to very small values in the opposite case.7. The potassium permeability PK as defined by the constant field theory of Goldman was nearly constant over the range of 0 to 108 mMol K/1.8. The permeabilities PNa and PCl were estimated to be only a few percent of PK.9. The problem of interdependence of K efflux and influx was studied using the flux relations of Ussing and Teorell and of Hodgkin and Keynes. A small interaction between efflux and influx was found.10. It is shown that the flux relation of Hodgkin and Keynes can be deduced from the constant field theory of Goldman if suitable assumptions are made. More... »

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43-64

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