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S. W. ). 31 factors affecting streaming potentials in such membranes: pH, polyvalent ions such as Th4+, (U0 2)2+, etc. The result was that at physiological pH values the epithelium examined behaved as though it was negatively charged. Also the membrane of the squid axon was used to measure streaming potentials and currents. 19 In addition to the evaluation of charge density and to the fact that obtained ~ V values may be affected by the rising of "electrolyte filtration potentials" * (attributed to the ion-exchange plOperties of the membrane), a very important fact, in our opinion, is observed: the voltages obtained with hydrostatic pressure gradient are about 100 mV higher than those obtained with equal osmotic pressure grandients.
These processes are listed in Tab. 1. Oxo-enol isomerization, addition-elimination of hydrides of heteroatoms involving C = 0 and C = C bonds currently proceed in vivo near the reversibility at low energy balance. This is not the case of the great majority of processes which belong to the category of condensation-hydrolysis reactions (Tab. 2). g. ester, peptidic, amidic, thioester, acylphosphate or oxidic ones which are involved either in the formation and structure of the biological oligomers and polymers or in the formation of energy-rich derivatives of oxydable substrates.
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Biological Aspects of Electrochemistry: Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium. Rome (Italy) Istituto Superiore di Sanit`, May 31st to June 4th 1971 by H. Berg (auth.), Giulio Milazzo, Peter E. Jones, Liliana Rampazzo (eds.)