The Permeability of Natural Membranes

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THE PERMEABILITY OF NATURAL MEMBRANES

by HUGH DAVSON D.Sc.

Associate Professor of Physiology at Dalhousie University, Canada; formerly Demonstrator in Biophysics and Beit Memorial Fellow, University College, London

and

JAMES FREDERIC DANIELLI D.Sc., A.I.C.

Beit Memorial Research Fellow and Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge, England

With a Foreword by E. NEWTON HARVEY Professor of Physiology in Princeton University, U.S.A.

CAMBRIDGE AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1943

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Authors'' Preface ix
  • Chapter I- Significance of Permeability Studies 1
  • References 4
  • Chapter II- Methods of Studying Membrane Permeability 5
  • References 17
  • Chapter III- Equilibrium Conditions of Cells 19
  • References 38
  • Chapter IV- Some Equations Used in Permeability Studies 40
  • References 49
  • Chapter V- The Nature of the Process of Diffusion 50
  • References 59
  • Chapter VI- The Structure of the Plasma Membrane 60
  • References 74
  • Chapter VII- The Interpretation of Permeability Measurements 76
  • References 83
  • Chapter VIII- Permeability to Non-Electrolytes 85
  • References 109
  • Chapter IX- Permeability to Gases 111
  • References 115
  • References 123
  • Chapter XI- Permeability to Proteins and to Large Lipoid Molecules 124
  • References 132
  • Chapter XII- Permeability of Erythrocytes to Ions 133
  • References 167
  • Chapter XIII- Permeability to Ions of Cells Other Than the Erythrocyte 169
  • References 191
  • Chapter XIV- Permeability to Weak Electrolytes and Dyes 194
  • References 202
  • Chapter XV- Impedance and Potential Measurements and Permeability 204
  • References 241
  • Chapter XVI- The Effects of Narcotic Substances on Permeability 245
  • References 257
  • Chapter XVII- The Effect of Temperature on Permeability 258
  • References 262
  • Chapter XVIII- Haemolysis 263
  • References 277
  • Chapter XIX- Membrane Permeability in Relation to Secretion 279
  • References 288
  • Chapter XX- The Kidney 289
  • References 308
  • Chapter XXI- Theories of Cell Permeability 310
  • References 339
  • Appendix A- The Theory of Penetration of a Thin Membrane 341
  • References 352
  • Index 353
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