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The specificity of molecular processes involved in neural transmission

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Journal of Theoretical Biology
0022-5193
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Elsevier
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9
Issue
3
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DOI: 10.1016/0022-5193(65)90044-5

Abstract

Abstract Assuming constant field conditions, the membrane process allowing ionic flow is defined by the coefficients of a Goldman-like equation. If n ions are involved, it is demonstrated that two conditions utilize the same process when: (a) the equilibrium potential for each condition is the same; and, (b) after each of n−2 changes in different ion species concentration, each new pair of equilibrium potentials are also the same. Some implications for identifying neural transmitters are discussed.

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