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Projects as responsible applicant

Responsible applicant Institution of higher education Start End date Funding scheme

Structure-function relationship of the Na,K-ATPase: Mechanism of cation translocation
Horisberger Jean-Daniel University of Lausanne - LA 01.04.1996 30.09.2001 Project funding

Mechanism of cation translocation by the Na, K-ATPase and related P-ATPases
Horisberger Jean-Daniel University of Lausanne - LA 01.10.2001 30.09.2006 Project funding

Regulation of membrane conductance in cultured high resistance epithelia
Horisberger Jean-Daniel University of Lausanne - LA 01.04.1990 31.03.1993 Project funding

Molecular physiology of Na,K-pump and basolateral K+ channels
Horisberger Jean-Daniel University of Lausanne - LA 01.04.1993 31.03.1996 Project funding

Electrophysiological investigation of the effects of aldo- sterone in cultured cell lines
Horisberger Jean-Daniel University of Lausanne - LA 01.10.1987 31.03.1990 Project funding

Controle de la perméabilité au potassium de la membrane basolatérale du tubule collecteur d'ampbibien.
Horisberger Jean-Daniel Institution abroad - IACH 01.03.1987 31.08.1987 Fellowships for prospective researchers

3rd International Symposium on the ENaC/DEG gene superfamily
Horisberger Jean-Daniel University of Lausanne - LA 01.05.2000 28.02.2001 Scientific Conferences

Projects as co-applicant

Responsible applicant Institution of higher education Start End date Funding scheme

Fluidic rapid exchange microsystem for electrophysiological studies on single cells
Gijs Martin EPF Lausanne - EPFL 01.04.2006 31.05.2008 Project funding

Na, K-ATPase: structure, function and regulation in sodium trans-porting epithelia
Rossier Bernard C. University of Lausanne - LA 01.10.1992 30.09.1995 Project funding

Epithelial sodium channel and mechanosensitive channels: a new gene superfamily (Symposium)
Rossier Bernard C. University of Lausanne - LA 01.07.1994 31.12.1994 Scientific Conferences

Toxicité épithéliale et rénale de métaux lourds et autres substances chimiques
Diezi Jacques University of Lausanne - LA 01.04.1989 31.03.1992 Project funding

The epithelial sodium channel: role in mediating aldosterone- dependent sodium transport and in controlling blood pressure
Rossier Bernard C. University of Lausanne - LA 01.10.1995 30.09.2000 Project funding

Fluidic rapid exchange microsystem for electrophysiological studies on single cells
Gijs Martin EPF Lausanne - EPFL 01.02.2004 31.03.2006 Project funding

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