nov.20 - cell plasma MB is -60 mV (inside negative relative...

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Fig. 11-26 Lehn 4th
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Fig. 11-35 Lehn 4th
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Fig. 11-44 Lehn
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Fig. 11-26 Lehn 4th
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Fig. 11-45 Lehn
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Rod MacKinnon (Nobel Prize Chemistry, 2003) solved structure of K + channel Shared with Peter Agre (aquaporins)
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Fig. 12-9 B and T
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Fig. 11-48 Lehn
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Fig. 11-48 Lehn
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Fig. 11-49 Lehn
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Fig. 12-25 Lehn
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Membrane Potential : Voltage difference across a membrane due to a slight excess of positive ions on one side and of negative ions on the other side. Typical MB potential (Vm) for animal
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Unformatted text preview: cell plasma MB is -60 mV (inside negative relative to surrounding fluid). Electrochemical Gradient : Combined influence of a difference in the concentration of an ion on the two sides of the membrane and the electrical charge difference across the MB (membrane potential). It produces a driving force that causes ions to move across the membrane Fig. 12-26 Lehn Fig. 12-26 Lehn Fig. 12-26 Lehn Fig. 11-48 Lehn...
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