Subject: Reversing [Na+] and [K+] across a membrane, what happens?
Date: Fri Mar 29 16:56:24 2002
Posted by James
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Assuming resting potential is approx. -65 mV, what would happen if the
concentrations of Na+ and K+ were reversed across the membrane? Would the sign
simply reverse, or does the [Cl-] have a relative effect - Goldmann equation?
Re: Reversing [Na+] and [K+] across a membrane, what happens?
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