Людвиг Эдельманн 
(Ludwig  Edelmann)
Впервые показал, что белковые структуры, изолированные из клетки, способны избирательно связывать K+ в присутствии Na+ без участия Na,K-насоса


Список научных публикаций
List of Edelmann's publications


2014 Edelmann, L. The Physical State of Potassium in Frog Skeletal Muscle Studied by Ion-Sensitive Microelectrodes and by Electron Microscopy: Interpretation of Seemingly Incompatible Results. Physiol Chem Phys Med NMR, 43: 75-93.

2005 Edelmann L. Doubts about the sodium-potassium pump are not permissible in modern bioscience. Cell Mol Biol (Noisy-le-grand). 2005 Dec 16;51(8):725-9.

2002 Edelmann L. Freeze-dried and resin-embedded biological material is well suited for ultrastructure research. J Microsc. 207(Pt 1):5-26.

2001 Edelmann L. How to explain established relationships between ion fluxes across cell membranes and Na,K-ATPase activities under the assumption that the Na,K-ATPase is no ion pump. Physiol Chem Phys Med NMR, 32(2):209-213.

2001 Edelmann L. Basic biological research with the striated muscle by using cryotechniques and electron microscopy. Physiol Chem Phys Med NMR, 33(1):1-21; discussion 21-7.

1998 Edelmann, L. Basic biological research with the striated muscle by using cryotechniques and electron microscopy. Scanning Microscopy, 12(1), 1-18.

1996 Edelmann L., Ruf A. Freeze-dried human leukocytes stabilized with uranyl acetate during low temperature embedding or with OSO4 vapor after embedding. Scanning Microsc Suppl. 10:295-307.

1994 Edelmann L. Optimal freeze-drying of cryosections and bulk specimens for X-ray microanalysis. Scanning Microsc Suppl. 1994;8:67-76; discussion 76-81.

1992 Edelmann L. Biological X-ray microanalysis of ions and water: artefacts and future strategies. Electron Microscopy, 1: 333-336.

1991 Edelmann L. Freeze-substitution and the preservation of diffusible ions. J Microsc. 161(Pt 2): 217-28.

1991 Edelmann L. Adsorption staining of freeze-substituted and low temperature embedded frog skeletal muscle with cesium: a new method for the investigation of protein-ion interactions. Scanning Microsc Suppl. 5(4):S75-82; discussion S82-4.

1989 Edelmann L. The physical state of potassium in frog skeletal muscle studied by ion-sensitive microelectrodes and by electron microscopy: interpretation of seemingly incompatible results. Scanning Microsc. 3(4):1219-30.

1989 Edelmann L. The contracting muscle: a challenge for freeze-substitution and low temperature embedding. Scanning Microsc Suppl. 3:241-51; discussion 251-2.

1988 Edelmann L. The cell water problem posed by electron microscopic studies of ion binding in muscle. Scanning Microsc. 2(2):851-65.

1986 Edelmann, L. Two opposing theories of the cell: experimental testing by cryomethods and electron microscopy. Science of Biological Specimen Preparation, pp. 33-42, SEM Inc. AMP O’Hare (Chicago), IL, 60666-0507, USA.

1984 Edelmann L. Subcellular distribution of potassium in striated muscles. Scan Electron Microsc. (Pt 2):875-88.

1982 Edelmann L. Comments on Kernan's misrepresentation of the association-induction hypothesis in his book Cell Potassium. Physiol Chem Phys. 14(3):215-8.

1981 Edelmann L. Electron microscopic demonstration of potassium binding sites in muscle. In: International Cell Biology 1980–1981 (pp. 941-948). Springer: Berlin Heidelberg.

1981 Edelmann L. Selective accumulation of Li+, Na+, K+, Rb+, and Cs+ at protein sites of freeze-dried embedded muscle detected by LAMMA. Fresenius' Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 308: 218-220.

1980 Edelmann L. Preferential localized uptake of K+ and Cs+ over Na+ in the A-band of freeze-dried embedded muscle section: detection by X-ray microanalysis and laser microprobe mass analysis. Physiol Chem Phys. 12(6):509-14.

1977 Edelmann L. Potassium adsorption sites in frog muscle visualized by cesium and thallium under the transmission electron microscope. Physiol Chem Phys. 9(4-5):313-7.

1974 Edelmann L., Edelmann H., Baldauf J.H. Rapid exchange of cellular K+, Rb+, and Cs+ and its relation to the resting potential of guinea pig papillary muscle cells. Physiol Chem Phys. 6(5):429-44.

1973 Edelmann L. The influence of rubidium and Cesium ions on the resting potential of guinea-pig heart muscle cells as predicted by the association-induction hypothesis. Ann NY Acad Sci. 204:534-7.


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