"...an excellent resource on the current understanding of channels, carriers, and pumps as well as transport processes and their important roles in health and disease. Score: 91 = 4 Stars"--Doody's, Channels, Carriers, and Pumps, Second Edition
Praise for the previous edition:
It has become the "Bible" for my lab.
~Tony Carruthers, Dean, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, UMass Medical School
The strength of this book is the way in which rigorous yet lucid expositions of the theoretical basis of various types of transport are integrated with illuminating discussions of experimental results. [This book] will continue to be rewarding reading when many symposium reports have become outdated, and it is warmly welcomed and recommended.
~D.K. Apps, FEBS LETTERS, August 1991
With so much diversity in biology it is exhilarating to read Stein’s attempt at synthesis. More of this is needed . . . Stein’s book should earn a place of its own, for it does something that few others attempt: it puts channels, carriers, and pumps under one roof . . . the book’s greatest value: its potential for catalytic action on sometimes disparate fields.
~Louis J. DeFelice, California Institute of Technology, CELL, August 1991