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Adrian and Aimers1 £)'s are slightly higher. REFERENCES 1. H. & Almers, W. (1976). Charge movement in the membrane of striated muscle. J. Physiol. 254, 339-360. K. Chandler et al. K. L. (1969). The kinetics of mechanical activation in frog muscle. J. Physiol. 204, 207-230. K. L. (1970). Voltage clamp experiments in striated muscle fibres. J. Physiol. 208, 607-644. H. D. (1965). The membrane capacity of frog twitch and slow muscle fibres. J. Physiol. 181, 324-336. H. R. (1977). A gating signal for the potassium channel?
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Have a hole through it, a pore. The aqueous pore is the region through which ions like sodium pass. This figure might serve as a diagram of a sodium, potassium, or calcium ionic channel, or even of other kinds of voltage-dependent channels about which we do not know much. " That narrow region need not be the whole channel. In fact, it would be quite inefficient to have the entire channel narrow, because then the ions would be stopping all the way across. " Another important feature is a device in the membrane called the sensor, which senses the electric field in the membrane.
Biophysical Aspects of Cardiac Muscle by Martin Morad