Ion concentrations of cells
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Sat Mar 10 00:13:34 EST 2001
"Henri Rönkkö" wrote:
> Nerve cells maintain high potassium ion concentrations within themselves,
> and drive the sodium ions out. This makes it possible to launch action
> It seems that other cells also maintain high postassium ion concentration
> inside and high sodium ion concentration outside. Why is that?
> Thanks in advance,
> Henri Rönkkö
Na/K ATPase drives secondary active transport via an Na gradient.
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