CREMASCHI, DARIO

CREMASCHI, DARIO  

DIPARTIMENTO DI FISIOLOGIA E BIOCHIMICA GENERALI (attivo dal 01/11/1982 al 01/06/2003)  

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Titolo Data di pubblicazione Autore(i) Tipo File Abstract
Apamin-sensitive, Ca2+-activated K+ channels in the apical membrane of rabbit gallbladder epithelial cells. 1-gen-1994 Porta CristinaCremaschi Dario + Article (author) -
Apical Cl- backflux in rabbit gallbladder epithelium: hydrochlorothiazide effects 1-gen-1995 Porta CristinaCremaschi Dario Article (author) -
Apical Na+-Cl- symport in rabbit gallbladder epithelium: a thiazide sensitive cotransporter (TSC) 1-gen-2000 D. CremaschiC. PortaG. BottàC. BazziniM. D. BaroniM. Garavaglia Article (author) -
Bicarbonate transport, double ion exchange and Na+-Cl- symport are all inhibited by hydrochlorothiazide in the apical membrane of the epithelium of rabbit gallbladder 1-giu-1993 Porta CristinaCremaschi DarioAgostoni Emilio Article (author) -
Confocal analysis of fluorescent bead uptake by mouse Peyer's patch follicle-associated M cells 1-gen-1992 C. PortaD. Cremaschi + Article (author) -
Different kinds of polypeptides and polypeptide-coated nanoparticles are accepted by the selective transcytosis shown in the rabbit nasal mucosa 12-gen-1999 D. CremaschiC. Porta + Article (author) -
Diphenylamine-2-carboxylic acid (DPC), usually an inhibitor of Cl- and non selective cation channels, inhibits Cl-/HCO3- exchange and opens Cl- and cation conductances in rabbit gallbladder epithelium 1-gen-2001 D. CremaschiC. PortaG. MeyerC. SironiM. Garavaglia Article (author) -
Electrical resistance and ion diffusion through mesothelium 1-feb-2001 F. BodegaL. ZocchiD. CremaschiE. Agostoni Article (author) -
Electroneutral Na+ and Cl- coupled transport across the apical membrane of epithelial cells (rabbit gallbladder) 1-gen-2002 D. CremaschiC.E.H. Porta Book Part (author) -
Endocytosis inhibitors abolish the active transport of polypeptides in the mucosa of the nasal upper concha of the rabbit 1-gen-1996 D. CremaschiC. Porta + Article (author) -
Endocytosis of polypeptides in the nasal respiratory mucosa of the rabbit 1-gen-1997 D. CremaschiC. Porta + Article (author) -
Further analysis of transcitosis of free polypeptides and polipeptide-coated nanobeads in rabbit nasal mucosa 1-gen-2001 D. CremaschiS. DossenaC. Porta + Article (author) -
Hydrochlorothiazide action on the apical Cl−, Ca2+ and K+ conductances in rabbit gallbladder epithelium. Presence of an apamin-sensitive, Ca2+-activated K+ conductance 1-gen-1995 D. CremaschiC. Porta + Article (author) -
Hydrochlorothiazide enhances the apical Cl- backflux in rabbit gallbladder epithelium : Radiochemical analysis 1-gen-1994 D. CremaschiC. Porta Article (author) -
Hydrochlorothiazide inhibits NaCl symport and opens a Cl- conductance in rabbit gallbladder 1-gen-1993 CREMASCHI DarioPORTA CristinaBOTTà GuidoMEYER Giuliano Article (author) -
Identification of particular epithelial areas and cells that transport polypeptide-coated nanoparticles in the nasal respiratory mucosa of the rabbit 12-gen-1999 F. BonasoroC. PortaD. Cremaschi + Article (author) -
Increase in intrinsic anion conductance upon inhibition of the electroneutral Cl-/HCO3- exchanger: effect of CO2/HCO3- 1-gen-2001 D. CremaschiC.E.H. PortaC.M.E. Sironi Article (author) -
Inhibitors of the Cl-/ HCO3- exchanger activate an apical anion conductance with similar features in the epitelial cells of rabbit gallbladder : analysis in intact epithelium 1-gen-2001 D. CremaschiC. SironiC. Porta + Article (author) -
Inhibitors of the Cl-/HCO3- exchanger activate an anion channel with similar features in the epitelial cells of rabbit gallbladder : patch-clamp analysis 1-gen-2001 G. MeyerC. PortaM.L. GaravagliaD. Cremaschi Article (author) -
Nature of the neutral Na+-Cl- coupled entry at the apical membrane of rabbit gallbladder epithelium: IV. Na+/H+,Cl-/HCO3- double exchange, hydrochlorothiazide-sensitive Na+-Cl- symport and Na+-K+-2Cl- cotransport are all involved 1-gen-1992 D. CremaschiC. PortaG. Botta'G. Meyer Article (author) -