What's the removal rate of Ca++ ?

John Z. Liu liu at binah.cc.brandeis.edu
Sat Jun 18 13:58:24 EST 1994

After an action potential, the intracellular Ca++ concentration may rise to
1000 nM, while the resting intracellular [Ca++] is only on the order of
100nM. The removal rate of [Ca++] appears to be crutial to burstors or cell
firing toniclly. 
But I don't know what the removal rate of [Ca++]... :(
please help

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