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BIOL 361 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Second Messenger System, Potassium Channel, Cytoskeleton

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Ion channels are membrane proteins that form pores for specific ions to pass when the channel is open. The channels are specific to one or sometimes tw
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BIOL 361 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Axon Hillock, Resting Potential, Axon Terminal

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BIOL 361 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Resting Potential, Axon Hillock, Electrochemical Gradient

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What are the phases of a typical ap? figure 5. 12 p. 168. Depolarization phase: membrane potential at axon hillock reaches threshold (as a result of su
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BIOL 361 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Peripheral Membrane Protein, Active Transport, Electrochemical Gradient

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