Brahm Group

The research interests of Brahm Group is transport of electrolytes, nonelectrolytes, and water across cell membranes with focus on the erythrocyte membrane.
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  • Brahm, J. 2023. Glucose transport kinetics in human red blood cell ghosts. Submitted
  • Brahm, J., M.H. Dziegiel and J. Leifelt. 2023. Separate pathways to urea and water in the red blood cell membrane. Journal of General Physiology. Under revision
  • Leifelt, J., M. H. Dziegiel, and J. Brahm. 2023b. Urea transport in human red blood cells. Donor and age variation compared with chloride, glucose, and water transport. Journal of General Physiology. Under revision
  • Leifelt, J., M. H. Dziegiel, and J. Brahm. 2023a. Functional asymmetry of the urea transporter in human red blood cells. Journal of General Physiology. Under revision
  • Brahm, J. 2013. The permeability of red blood cells to chloride, urea and water. Journal of Experimental Biology. 216, 2238-2246.

 

 

 

 

 

jesper brahmGroup Leader

Jesper Brahm
Associate Professor
jbrahm@sund.ku.dk 

(+45) 35 32 75 68 
room: 18.2.38
CV, Publications, etc

Morphogenesis and Differentiation Program

foto af jonasJonas Leifelt
visiting student
18.2
leifelt@sund.ku.dk