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Using the experimental paradigms we show how to reject model after model, until one reaches the simplest model which is not rejectable by the available data. The system can then be characterized in terms of the rate constants of the model chosen, using the experimental data. Throughout this chapter the emphasis is on the data and their meaning. Detailed mathematical analysis of the models is available in the references cited. METHODS 1N ENZYMOL(X3Y, VOL. 171 Copyright© 1989by AcademicPr¢~, Inc.

Fox, J. R. Carter, and E. P. Kennedy, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. A. 57, 698 (1967). 9 p. V. Viitanen, D. R. Meninck, H. K. Sarkar, W. R. Trumble, and H. R. Kaback, Biochemistry 24, 7628 (1985). io W. R. Lieb, in "Red Cell Membranes: A Methodological Approach" (J. C. Ellory and J. D. ), p. 135. Academic Press, London, 1982. [2] SURVEY OF CARRIER METHODOLOGY 15 concentrations an unspecifically permeant solute may cause an unstoichiometric or nonobligatory countercxchange. Counterexchange or acceleration of uptake by a countersubstrate can also be used to discriminate a carrier transport from a pore-type transport.

3 p. G. LeFevre and G. F. McGinniss, J. Gen. Physiol. 44, 87 (1960). 4 M. Klingenberg, in "The Enzymes of Biological Membranes" (A. ), Vol. 3, p. 383. Plenum, New York, 1976. s M. Klingenberg, in "Membranes and Transport" (A. ), Vol. 1, p. 203. Plenum, New York, 1982. 14 TRANSPORT THEORY [9_] the first time a basic cartier mechanism could be elucidated on a molecular level. The system is also representative of intracellular transport. A well-characterized example of transport through a prokaryotic membrane is the galactoside system in E.

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