Medical Definition of Membrane expansion theory

1. That adsorption of anaesthetics into membranes so alters membrane volume and/or configuration that membrane function is affected in such a way as to produce anaesthesia. (05 Mar 2000)



Lexicographical Neighbors of Membrane Expansion Theory

membranate
membrane
membrane-bound proton-translocating PPi synthase
membrane-coating granule
membrane-forming
membrane-type 3 matrix metalloproteinase
membrane-type 4 matrix metalloproteinase
membrane-type matrix metalloproteinase
membrane attack complex
membrane bone
membrane capacitance
membrane depolarisation
membrane dipeptidase
membrane distillation
membrane enzyme
membrane expansion theory (current term)
membrane fluidity
membrane fracture
membrane fusion
membrane glycoproteins
membrane lipids
membrane mimetic chemistry
membrane of tympanum
membrane potential
membrane potentials
membrane protein
membrane proteins
membrane recycling
membrane separation
membrane transport

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