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Abstract Devés, R., and C. A. R. Boyd. Transporters for Cationic Amino Acids in Animal Cells: Discovery, Structure, and Function. Physiol. Rev. 78: 487–545, 1998. — The structure and function of the four cationic amino acid transporters identified in animal cells are discussed. The systems...
Abstract Takahashi, Kunitaro, and Yasushi Okamura. Ion Channels and Early Development of Neural Cells. Physiol. Rev. 78: 307–337, 1998. — In this review, we underscore the merits of using voltage-dependent ion channels as markers for neuronal differentiation from the early stages of...
Abstract Florez-Duquet, Maria, and Roger B. McDonald. Cold-Induced Thermoregulation and Biological Aging. Physiol. Rev. 78: 339–358, 1998. — Aging is associated with diminished cold-induced thermoregulation (CIT). The mechanisms accounting for this phenomenon have yet to be clearly elucidated...
Abstract Stevens, C. Edward, and Ian D. Hume. Contributions of Microbes in Vertebrate Gastrointestinal Tract to Production and Conservation of Nutrients. Physiol. Rev. 78: 393–427, 1998. — The vertebrate gastrointestinal tract is populated by bacteria and, in some species, protozoa and fungi...
Abstract Beckman, Kenneth B., and Bruce N. Ames. The Free Radical Theory of Aging Matures. Physiol. Rev. 78: 547–581, 1998. — The free radical theory of aging, conceived in 1956, has turned 40 and is rapidly attracting the interest of the mainstream of biological research. From its origins in...
Abstract Gilbert, Charles D. Adult Cortical Dynamics. Physiol. Rev. 78: 467–485, 1998. — There are many influences on our perception of local features. What we see is not strictly a reflection of the physical characteristics of a scene but instead is highly dependent on the processes by which...
Abstract Millman, Barry M. The Filament Lattice of Striated Muscle. Physiol. Rev. 78: 359–391, 1998. — The filament lattice of striated muscle is an overlapping hexagonal array of thick and thin filaments within which muscle contraction takes place. Its structure can be studied by electron...
Abstract Schild, Detlev, and Diego Restrepo. Transduction Mechanisms in Vertebrate Olfactory Receptor Cells. Physiol. Rev. 78: 429–466, 1998. — Considerable progress has been made in the understanding of transduction mechanisms in olfactory receptor neurons (ORNs) over the last decade....
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