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> How would I eliminate the net flow of an ion into a neuron?
post Feb 25, 2016, 11:16 PM
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The total current into a neuron can be written as Itotal = Isodium + Ipotassium + Ichlorine. If I wanted to test the contribution of an individual ion to the total current without effecting the other currents, how would I do so?
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post Apr 09, 2016, 10:33 PM
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1. In my opinion, the neuro currents is a system, including inside currents. As for the currents into the neuro cells, probably there existing current related with proteins,such as enzymes. Also, you cann't eliminate but only restraint.
2.Easy question for the arragement of the experiments to restraint the currents you don't wish to effect your research. At least two examples for comparsions. One example could be designed by restraint measures and the other witout out. As for the measures, you could try different materials, such as polysaccharide and nano-made layers tightly around the cell or attached on it.
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