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Influence of Pentachlorophenol on Light Emission from Single Barnacle U S C L Efi Bers Pieloaded with Aequorin

By Bittar, E, Edward

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Title: Influence of Pentachlorophenol on Light Emission from Single Barnacle U S C L Efi Bers Pieloaded with Aequorin  
Author: Bittar, E, Edward
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, United Nations., United Nations. Office for Disarmament Affairs
Collections: Government Library Collection, Disarmament Documents
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Publisher: United Nations- Office for Disarmament Affairs (Unoda)

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Excerpt: Interest has been aroused by studies on the prepared by dissolving them in dimethyl pesticide pentachlorophenol (PCP), a sulfoxide (DMSO) before their addition to known cytotoxicant (I, 2), that showed ASW. The final content of DMSO in PCB can stimulate the sodium efflux in ASW containing 5 x M PCP was barnacle muscle fibers at a concentration as 0.5% (vlv). We used the buffers Heves and low as I pM and that its efficacy, which exceeds that of less-chlorinated phenols, depends on external pH (pHJ. Additionally, the response of the sodium efflux to PCP is a sigmoidal function of external iCa21, the requirement for external ca2* being absolut; (3). These findings have raised the question of whether PCP increases internal free ca2 by promoting the entry of ca2 from the outside into the myoplasm. This paper presents a study carried out with the photopratein aequorin in an attempt to address the question of whether stimulation of the sodium eflux is due to a rise in internal free ca2* resulting from the entry of ca2* (4) and whether the efficacy of PCP depends on the number of chlorine atoms in its aromatic ring, as well as on the pH of the bathing medium (pH,).

 

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