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1 October 2011
Cover picture: Scheme depicting a submembrane ATP-ADP pool, restricted diffusionally from bulk cytoplasmic enzymes and nucleotides in intact human red blood cells. Discrepancies between measured and predicted nucleotide changes induced by Ca2+ pump–saturating calcium loads can be explained by the hypothesis that the submembrane ATP pool is the immediate source of energy for the plasma membrane sodium and calcium pumps (see article by Tiffert and Lew, 381–391).
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