Hydration control by active pump mechanisms in corneal, Biology

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How is hydration control by active pump mechanisms responsible in the corneal hydration?

Hydration Control by Active Pump Mechanisms:

a) Na/K ATPase pump, which is more active in endothelium than epithelium

b) Bicarbonate dependent ATPase in endothelial cells

c) Carbonic anhydrase enzyme exclusively in endothelium

d) Na/H ATPase at lateral plasma membrane surface.


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