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1945 13
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1948 57
1949 64
1950 83
1951 82
1952 102
1953 154
1954 181
1955 166
1956 129
1957 118
1958 115
1959 80
1960 154
1961 191
1962 287
1963 581
1964 1192
1965 1520
1966 1980
1967 2990
1968 4378
1969 5109
1970 4991
1971 5804
1972 6175
1973 6818
1974 7152
1975 5864
1976 4501
1977 4363
1978 3728
1979 3730
1980 3780
1981 3768
1982 3948
1983 3810
1984 4398
1985 4966
1986 4485
1987 4223
1988 4314
1989 4562
1990 4984
1991 4848
1992 4796
1993 4652
1994 4788
1995 4728
1996 4622
1997 4508
1998 4556
1999 4799
2000 5234
2001 6160
2002 6282
2003 6706
2004 7084
2005 8146
2006 8623
2007 9420
2008 9309
2009 9343
2010 9317
2011 9728
2012 9836
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2016 8056
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2018 7716
2019 4837
2020 163
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Ion concentration polarization for pre-concentration of biological samples without pH change.
Cho Y, et al. Analyst 2016. PMID 27840867
Here, this problem was overcome using ion concentration polarization (ICP) with a cation selective membrane (Nafion). Phosphate buffered saline was used as a test solution for the sample. ...These changes in the concentration were confirmed by ELISA....
Here, this problem was overcome using ion concentration polarization (ICP) with a cation selective membrane (Nafion). Phosphat …
Hydrogen ion concentration versus pH.
Ueda I and Eyring H. Anesth Analg 1979. PMID 42328
There appears to be a tendency to convert pH values into "hydrogen ion concentrations" using the antilog of negative pH values. ...Acidity expressed by the hydrogen ion concentrations measured by titrations (base excess or base deficit) has no bearing with the "hydrogen ion concentrations" derived by the antilog of negative pH....
There appears to be a tendency to convert pH values into "hydrogen ion concentrations" using the antilog of negative pH …
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[No authors listed] Neurol Res 2015. PMID 25582228
Regulation and modulation of pH in the brain
Chesler M. Physiol Rev 2003 - Review. PMID 14506304 Free article.
These acid-base transients may in turn influence neural activity by affecting a variety of ion channels. The mechanisms responsible for the regulation of intracellular pH in brain are similar to those of other tissues and are comprised principally of forms of Na+/H+ exchange, Na+-driven Cl-/HCO3- exchange, Na+-HCO3- cotransport, and passive Cl-/HCO3- exchange. ...
These acid-base transients may in turn influence neural activity by affecting a variety of ion channels. The mechanisms responsible f …
Diagnosing acute acid-base disorders
Duška F and Waldauf P. Vnitr Lek 2019. PMID 31484480
In turn, a shrinkage of this space ([Na+]-[Cl-]  36 mM causes alka-losis, as well as a decrease in albumin concentration (for every 10 g/L of albumin, 3 mM is freed to be occupied by [HCO3-]). Lastly, if the sum of negative charges on albumin and [HCO3-] is lower than estimated strong ion difference, an unmeasured anion must be present. ...
In turn, a shrinkage of this space ([Na+]-[Cl-]  36 mM causes alka-losis, as well as a decrease in albumin concentration (for every 1 …
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