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BERNARD WORTMAN, RAYMOND K. LOCKE; Sodium-Potassium Dependent Inorganic 35S-Sulfate Incorporation into Cornea. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1969;8(2):150-155.
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Cornea requires the presence of sodium and potassium ions in the medium for in vitro incorporation of inorganic 35S-sulfate. The effects of other cations and chemical inhibitors of Na+-K+ activated ATPase are also demonstrated. The possible role of Na+-K+ activated ATPase, of sulfate transport, and of protein-polysaccharide interactions is discussed with relation to corneal physiology.
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