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why do both equations predict a higher potential than they should?
they don't take the sodium potassium pump into account
which equation looks at the resting membrane potential, taking everything into account?
goldman-hodgkin-katz
which equatino looks at potential with a stable flux of ions?
GHK
what is the axon hillock?
the first part of the axon connected to a body
oligodendrocytes vs schwann
iligo is in CNS, schwann is in peripheral
what are the acetylcholine gated channels on a muscle permeable to?
a whole lot of shit apparently
how does a muscular action potential differ from a nerve?
a lot slower, lasts longer, NO MYELENATION