Biophysical Aspects of Ionic Transfer across Membranes in Relation to the Mode of Action of Diuretics

  • W. Karger
Conference paper


The most commonly employed pharmaceuticals with diuretic action fall chiefly into the following categories:
  • The organomercurials,

  • Chlorothiazide compounds,

  • The carbonic anhydrase inhibitors,

  • The xanthines and uracils,

  • Osmotic diuretics.


Hydrostatic Pressure Ringer Solution Ionic Transfer Frog Skin Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitor 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • W. Karger
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  1. 1.Physiological InstituteRuhr-UniversityBochumGerman Federal Republic

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