Membrane potential and conductance during transport of sodium, potassium and rubidium in frog muscle.

@article{Adrian1966MembranePA,
  title={Membrane potential and conductance during transport of sodium, potassium and rubidium in frog muscle.},
  author={Richard H. Adrian and Clifford L Slayman},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1966},
  volume={184 4},
  pages={970-1014}
}
1. Muscles with high intracellular sodium concentrations can extrude sodium into solutions which contain 10 m-equiv/l. of either potassium or rubidium. Potassium or rubidium replaces the extruded intracellular sodium. These cation movements take place equally well when the external anion is chloride or sulphate, though muscles deteriorate if left for long periods in sulphate solutions.2. Measurements of intracellular potentials during extrusion of sodium into solutions containing potassium show… CONTINUE READING
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