Results 1 - 8 of 8 for Hydrogen carbonate
  1. ... hypoglycemia), and reduced production of a substance called bicarbonate in the liver. These imbalances lead to the ... helps convert carbon dioxide to a substance called bicarbonate. Bicarbonate is necessary to maintain the proper acid- ...
  2. ... helps convert carbon dioxide to a substance called bicarbonate. Bicarbonate is necessary to maintain the proper acid-base ... particularly important in the liver, where it provides bicarbonate needed by four enzymes in the energy-producing ...
  3. ... dioxide and water and produces a negatively charged bicarbonate molecule (bicarbonate ion) and a positively charged hydrogen atom (known ... reverse reaction, forming carbon dioxide and water from bicarbonate. Carbon dioxide, bicarbonate, and protons are involved in ...
  4. ... atoms of chlorine (chloride ions) for negatively charged bicarbonate molecules (bicarbonate ions). Based on this function, AE1 is known as a chloride/bicarbonate exchanger (Cl-/HCO3- exchanger). The main function of ...
  5. ... atoms of chlorine (chloride ions) for negatively charged bicarbonate molecules (bicarbonate ions). The AE1 protein is found in the ... blood cells. In kidney cells, the exchange of bicarbonate through AE1 allows acid to be released from ...
  6. ... dioxide and water and produces a negatively charged bicarbonate molecule (bicarbonate ion) and a positively charged hydrogen atom (known as a proton). The presence of protons and bicarbonate affect the relative acidity (pH) of cells, which ...
  7. ... negatively charged particles (ions), including chloride, iodide, and bicarbonate, across cell membranes. Pendrin is produced in several ... the proper balance of ions, including chloride and bicarbonate. Maintaining the proper levels of these ions appears ...
  8. ... negatively charged particles (ions), including chloride, iodide, and bicarbonate, into and out of cells. Although the function ...