Symposium on Biophysics and Physiology of Biological Transport

Frascati, June 15–18, 1965

  • Editors
  • Liana Bolis
  • V. Capraro
  • K. R. Porter
  • J. D. Robertson
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-VIII
  2. Phenomena of Membrane Physiology

    1. Invited Papers

      1. E. Tria, O. Barnabei
        Pages 1-12
      2. R. D. Keynes
        Pages 13-16
      3. A. Leaf, N. S. Lichtenstein, M. M. Civan
        Pages 17-20
      4. E. Tria, O. Barnabei
        Pages 30-35
      5. John M. Johnston, G. Ananda Rao
        Pages 41-44
    2. Contributed Papers

    3. Secretion, Phagocytosis, and Intracellular Transport

      1. Manfred L. Karnovsky
        Pages 76-85
      2. Manfred L. Karnovsky, R. Graham, M. J. Karnovsky, K. Saito, A. W. Shafer, E. Glass
        Pages 88-89
      3. Carlo S. Rossi, Ernesto Carafoli, Albert L. Lehninger
        Pages 90-94
      4. Christian de Duve
        Pages 95-98
      5. Cicily Chapman-Andresen
        Pages 103-105
    4. Transport and Drugs

  3. Membrane Structure

    1. Molecular Organization of Unit Membrane

    2. Membrane Models

About these proceedings


The study of cell membranes began to attract increasing interest before the turn of the present century with the observations of 0 verton. Since that time many investigators have become interested in the broad problem of structure and function of the membrane and today we find ourselVes at a stage in which several branches of research, particularly physical chemistry, biochemistry, biophysics, physiology and pharmacology have come together, leading to the possibility of obtaining a better perspective of the overall problems. The purpose of this Symposium was to assemble in an orderly sequence representations of the knowledge of membranes achieved to date in the areas of the various disciplines. It was thought that to bring together many points of view on a problem should allow the conferees to see better what had been accomplished, what has been overlooked and what needs further development. It is to be hoped that efforts of this type have and will fulfill the desired purpose. This volume contains the majority of the papers contributed by the participants in the Symposium. In addition, it seemed logical to place at the beginning of each chapter at least one general survey of the subject which would help those who were less acquainted with the problem to derive the most benefit from their reading.


biophysics physiology

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Vienna 1967
  • Publisher Name Springer, Vienna
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-7091-5579-0
  • Online ISBN 978-3-7091-5577-6
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