Published in Cancer Weekly, August 9th, 2005
"Solute-solvent transmembrane flux models are used throughout biological sciences with applications in plant biology, cryobiology (transplantation and transfusion medicine), as well as circulatory and kidney physiology. Using a standard two-parameter differential equation model of solute and solvent transmembrane flux described by Jacobs [The simultaneous measurement of cell permeability to water and to dissolved substances, J. Cell. Comp. Physiol. 2 (1932) 427-444], we determine the functions that describe the intracellular water volume and moles of intracellular solute for every...
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