Transport of ions of one kind through thin membranes

@article{Levie2005TransportOI,
  title={Transport of ions of one kind through thin membranes},
  author={R. D. Levie and N. Seidah and H. Moreira},
  journal={The Journal of Membrane Biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={10},
  pages={171-192}
}
SummaryThe equation for steady-state movement of ions of one kind through planar membranes has been solved. Numerical results are given, as well as profiles of potential, field and concentration. For small deviations from the equilibrium potential, an essentially constant intrinsic membrane conductance is obtained, which can be calculated from equilibrium properties. For larger deviations from equilibrium, the intrinsic membrane conductance is still essentially constant for symmetrical… Expand

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