Sodium Ions

Some articles on ion, ions, sodium, sodium ions:

Cortesal - Physiology - Other Effects
... only direct effect on the hydrogen ion excretion of the kidneys is to stimulate the excretion of ammonium ions by deactivating the renal glutaminase enzyme ... Sodium Cortisol inhibits sodium loss through the small intestine of mammals ... Sodium depletion, however, does not affect cortisol levels so cortisol cannot be used to regulate serum sodium ...
Equilibrium Chemistry - Chromatography
... by selective complexation with a sulfonate ion exchange resin ... Sodium ions form relatively weak complexes with the resin ... When hard water is passed through the resin, the divalent ions of magnesium and calcium displace the sodium ions and are retained on the resin, R ...
Potassium-aggravated Myotonia
... are triggered by the flow of positively charged ions, including sodium, into skeletal muscle cells ... The SCN4A protein forms channels that control the flow of sodium ions into these cells ... Mutations in the SCN4A gene alter the usual structure and function of sodium channels ...
Chemically Strengthened Glass
... This causes sodium ions in the glass surface to be replaced by potassium ions from the bath solution ... These potassium ions are larger than the sodium ions and therefore wedge into the gaps left by the smaller sodium ions when they migrate to the potassium nitrate solution ... This replacement of ions causes the surface of the glass to be in a state of compression and the core in compensating tension ...
Gastric Acid - Physiology - Secretion
... Chloride and hydrogen ions are secreted separately from the cytoplasm of parietal cells and mixed in the canaliculi ... Chloride and sodium ions are secreted actively from the cytoplasm of the parietal cell into the lumen of the canaliculus ... of -40 mV to -70 mV across the parietal cell membrane that causes potassium ions and a small number of sodium ions to diffuse from the cytoplasm into the parietal cell canaliculi ...

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