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Fig. 19. A model for hormone action. 5-HT acting on the receptor (stippling) at the basal membrane stimulates two processes: the entry of calcium and the production of cyclic AMP. The increase in the level of cyclic AMP stimulates the pumping of potassium across the apical membrane. Calcium controls the movement of chloride. Water follows the movement of potassium and chloride resulting in secretion. For clarity the details of cyclic AMP and calcium regulation (shown in Figs 5 and I 1 )are omitted.

Early effects of 3’,5‘-adenosine monophosphate on the fluxes of calcium and potassium in the perfused liver of normal adrenalectomized rats. Proc. nutn. Acad. Sci. A. 61, 504-508. Friedman, N. and Rasmussen, H. (1 970). Calcium, manganese and hepatic gluconeogenesis. Biochim. biophys. A c t a 222,41-52. , Somlyo, A. V. and Somlyo, A. P. (1971). Cyclic adenosine and guanosine monophosphates and glucagon: effect on liver membrane potentials. Science 17 1, 400-402. , Seydoux, J. and Clausen, T. (1968).

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