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DOPAMINE AS A MODULATOR OF IONIC TRANSPORT AND NA+/K+-ATPASE ACTIVITY IN THE GILLS OF THE CHINESE CRAB ERIOCHEIR SINENSIS

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ABSTRACT Dopamine and dibutyryl cAMP induced a significant increase of 22Na+ influx in salt-transporting posterior gills isolated from the Chinese crab Eriocheir sinensis acclimated to fresh water. When isolated gills were incubated and perfused in Cl--free saline (Cl replaced by gluconate), dopamine or dibutyryl cAMP still produced a significant increase of 22Na+ influx. After 1-h perfusion, dopamine increased intracellular cAMP content and Na+/K+-ATPase activity as compared with control perfusions without dopamine.

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1998-01-01
2016-12-11

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