Further Reading

Aidley DJ and Stanfield PR (1996) Ion Channels. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Allen TJA, Noble D and Reuter H (eds) (1989) Sodium-Calcium Exchange. Oxford: Oxford Science Publications.

Birch NJ (1993) Magnesium and the Cell. London: Academic Press.

Bockris J O'M and Reddy AKN (1970) Modern Electrochemistry, vols 1 and 2. London: Plenum Press.

Cheung WY (ed.) (1982) Calcium and Cell Function, vols I-IV. New York: Academic Press.

Cox PA (1995) The Elements on Earth. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Frausto da Silva JJR and Williams RJP (1996) The Biological Chemistry of the Elements. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Gennis RB (1989) Biomembranes. New York: Springer.

Kaim W and Schwederski B (1994) Bioinorganic Chemistry. Inorganic Elements in the Chemistry of Life. Chi-chester: Wiley.

Michell AR (1995) The Clinical Biology of Sodium. Oxford: Pergamon Press.

Phillips CGS and Williams RJP (1966) Inorganic Chemistry, vol. 1, ch. 7, pp. 231-265. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Stryer L (1988) Biochemistry, 3rd edn. New York: W.H. Freeman.

Townshend A (ed.) (1995) Encyclopedia of Analytical Science, vol 4, pp. 2261-2365. London: Academic Press.

Walton HF and Rocklin RD (1990) Ion Exchange in Analytical Chemistry. Boca Raton, FL, USA: CRC Press.

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