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    1. Tan, CT; Lee, SY; Yao, CJ; Liu, SH; Lin-Shiau, SY
      Effects of gentamicin and pH on [Ca2+](i) in apical and basal outer hair cells from guinea pigs

      HEARING RESEARCH
    2. Hougaard, C; Jorgensen, F; Hoffmann, EK
      Modulation of the volume-sensitive K+ current in Ehrlich ascites tumour cells by pH

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Hainsworth, AH; Spadoni, F; Lavaroni, F; Bernardi, G; Stefani, A
      Effects of extracellular pH on the interaction of sipatrigine and lamotrigine with high-voltage-activated (HVA) calcium channels in dissociated neurones of rat cortex

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    4. Smirnov, SV; Knock, GA; Belevych, AE; Aaronson, PI
      Mechanism of effect of extracellular pH on L-type Ca2+ channel currents inhuman mesenteric arterial cells

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Ferroni, S; Nobile, M; Caprini, M; Rapisarda, C
      pH modulation of an inward rectifier chloride current in cultured rat cortical astrocytes

      NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Visviki, I; Santikul, D
      The pH tolerance of Chlamydomonas applanata (Volvocales, Chlorophyta)

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    7. Castro, SM; Glenn, AR; Dilworth, MJ
      Substrate selection as a possible strategy for amelioration of acid pH by Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar viciae

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Marrannes, R; De Prins, E
      Site of action of lubeluzole on voltage-sensitive Ca2+ channels in isolated dorsal root ganglion cells of the rat: Influence of pH

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    9. Sabirov, RZ; Prenen, J; Droogmans, G; Nilius, B
      Extra- and intracellular proton-binding sites of volume-regulated anion channels

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    10. Freeman, LC; Lippold, JJ; Mitchell, KE
      Glycosylation influences gating and pH sensitivity of I-sK

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    11. Ramirez, P; Alcaraz, A; Mafe, S; Pellicer, J
      pH and supporting electrolyte concentration effects on the passive transport of cationic and anionic drugs through fixed charge membranes

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE
    12. Domenech, F; Christen, P; Paca, J; Revah, S
      Ethanol utilization for metabolite production by Candida utilis strains inliquid medium

      ACTA BIOTECHNOLOGICA
    13. Berube, J; Chahine, M; Daleau, P
      Modulation of HERG potassium channel properties by external pH

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Perez-Cornejo, P
      H+ ion modulation of C-type inactivation of Shaker K+ channels

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Alonzo, S; Heyde, M; Laloi, P; Portalier, R
      Analysis of the effect exerted by extracellular pH on the maltose regulon in Escherichia coli K-12

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    16. POST JA; WANG SY; LANGER GA
      PH(E), [CA2-DEATH DURING METABOLIC INHIBITION - ROLE OF PHOSPHOLIPASEA(2) AND SARCOLEMMAL PHOSPHOLIPIDS(](E), AND CELL)

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    17. WILSON GH; GROLIG F; KOSEGARTEN H
      DIFFERENTIAL PH RESTORATION AFTER AMMONIA-ELICITED VACUOLAR ALKALIZATION IN RICE AND MAIZE ROOT HAIRS AS MEASURED BY FLUORESCENCE RATIO

      Planta
    18. SAADOUN S; LLUCH M; RODRIGUEZALVAREZ J; BLANCO I; RODRIGUEZ R
      EXTRACELLULAR ACIDIFICATION MODIFIES CA2-BRAIN SYNAPTOSOMES( FLUXES IN RAT)

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    19. GERLITZ TGM; GERLITZ A
      PHOSPHATE-UPTAKE AND POLYPHOSPHATE METABOLISM OF MYCORRHIZAL AND NONMYCORRHIZAL ROOTS OF PINE AND OF SUILLUS-BOVINUS AT VARYING EXTERNAL PHMEASURED BY IN-VIVO P-31-NMR

      Mycorrhiza
    20. ROWBURY RJ
      REGULATORY COMPONENTS, INCLUDING INTEGRATION HOST FACTOR, CYSB AND H-NS, THAT INFLUENCE PH RESPONSES IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Letters in applied microbiology
    21. GIRALDEZRUIZ N; MATEO P; BONILLA I; FERNANDEZPINAS F
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTRACELLULAR PH, GROWTH-CHARACTERISTICS ANDCALCIUM IN THE CYANOBACTERIUM ANABAENA SP. STRAIN PCC7120 EXPOSED TO LOW PH

      New phytologist
    22. KATSURA K; FOLBERGROVA J; SIESJO BK
      CHANGES IN LABILE ENERGY METABOLITES, REDOX STATE AND INTRACELLULAR PH IN POSTISCHEMIC BRAIN OF NORMOGLYCEMIC AND HYPERGLYCEMIC RATS

      Brain research
    23. IKEDA K; ISHIGAKI M; WU DZ; SUNOSE H; SUZUKI M; ISHITANI K; TAKASAKA T
      INTRACELLULAR CA2-CELLS IN GUINEA-PIGS( RESPONSES INDUCED BY ACETYLCHOLINE IN THE SUBMUCOSAL NASAL GLAND ACINAR)

      American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology
    24. YAMANE T; FURUKAWA T; HIRAOKA M
      4-AMINOPYRIDINE BLOCK OF THE NONINACTIVATING CLONED K+ CHANNEL KV1.5 EXPRESSED IN XENOPUS OOCYTES

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    25. COLMAN B; ROTATORE C
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC INORGANIC CARBON UPTAKE AND ACCUMULATION IN 2 MARINE DIATOMS

      Plant, cell and environment
    26. MATSUDA Y; COLMAN B
      INDUCTION OF CO2 AND BICARBONATE TRANSPORT IN THE GREEN-ALGA CHLORELLA-ELLIPSOIDEA .1. TIME-COURSE OF INDUCTION OF THE 2 SYSTEMS

      Plant physiology
    27. TAKEDA Y; OGAWA T; NAKAMURA Y; KASAMO K; SAKATA M; OHTA E
      P-31-NMR STUDY OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL CONDITIONS IN INTACT ROOT-CELLS OF MUNG BEAN SEEDLINGS UNDER LOW-TEMPERATURE STRESS

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    28. GERLITZ TGM; WERK WB
      INVESTIGATIONS ON PHOSPHATE-UPTAKE AND POLYPHOSPHATE METABOLISM BY MYCORRHIZED AND NONMYCORRHIZED ROOTS OF BEECH AND PINE AS INVESTIGATED BY IN-VIVO P-31-NMR

      Mycorrhiza
    29. NIMER NA; BROWNLEE C; MERRETT MJ
      CARBON-DIOXIDE AVAILABILITY, INTRACELLULAR PH AND GROWTH-RATE OF THE COCCOLITHOPHORE EMILIANIA-HUXLEYI

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    30. MIYAMOTO Y; DELMONTE MA
      NA-DEPENDENT GLUTAMATE TRANSPORTER IN HUMAN RETINAL-PIGMENT EPITHELIAL-CELLS()

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    31. KLOCKNER U; ISENBERG G
      CALCIUM-CHANNEL CURRENT OF VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS - EXTRACELLULAR PROTONS MODULATE GATING AND SINGLE-CHANNEL CONDUCTANCE

      The Journal of general physiology
    32. POSSMAYER FE; GRABER P
      THE PH(IN) AND PH(OUT) DEPENDENCE OF THE RATE OF ATP SYNTHESIS CATALYZED BY THE CHLOROPLAST H-ATPASE, CF0F1, IN PROTEOLIPOSOMES()

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    33. PIRTTILA TRM; KAUPPINEN RA
      EXTRACELLULAR PH AND BUFFERING POWER DETERMINE INTRACELLULAR PH IN CORTICAL BRAIN-SLICES DURING AND FOLLOWING HYPOXIA

      NeuroReport
    34. TENCH AJ; WILLIAMS RH; BROMILOW RH; CHAMBERLAIN K
      PHYSICOCHEMICAL FACTORS DETERMINING THE PHLOEM TRANSLOCATION OF BENZOIC-ACIDS

      Pesticide science
    35. SIGALAT C; DEKOUCHKOVSKY Y; HARAUX F
      FLOW FORCE RELATIONSHIPS IN LETTUCE THYLAKOIDS .2. EFFECT OF THE UNCOUPLER FCCP ON LOCAL PROTON RESISTANCES AT THE ATPASE LEVEL

      Biochemistry
    36. SLAIS K; FRIEDL Z
      CONTROL OF COLUMN INFLUENCE ON THE WIDE-RANGE PH GRADIENT IN ION-EXCHANGE CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Chromatographia


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