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Lecture 6
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Na + /K + ATPase
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ATP Pumps
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Membrane Potentials Come about when there is a difference in charge across a membrane. 1. How are they set up? 2. Why are they important? 3. What are they used for?
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Nernst equation V= RT ln c 0 = 2.3 RT log c 0 zF c 1 zF c 1 V = voltage across membrane(internal minus external) C 0 and C i = outside and inside concentraions of ions R = gas constant (2 cal mol
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Unformatted text preview: -1 K-1 ) T = absolute temp in K (where 0 o C = 273 K) F = Faradays constant (2.3 X 10-4 cal V-1 mol-1 ) Z= charge on the ion Ln = logarithm to the base e A Neuron Action Potential Action Potential Propagation Action Potential Propagation Myelin sheath Neuromuscular Junction Neuron Cell body Postsynaptic Potential...
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