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Ion Channels: Definition, Types & Function

by Thad Wilson, PhD
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    The lecture Ion Channels: Definition, Types & Function by Thad Wilson, PhD is from the course Membrane Physiology.


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    1. Ligand-gated
    2. Voltage-gated
    3. Stretch-activated
    4. Osmolality-activated
    5. Insertion into an intracellular receptor
    1. A selective channel in the membrane that allows only a certain ion to be transported across
    2. A non-selective channel in the membrane that allows an ion to be transported across
    3. A transmembrane protein
    4. A fat soluble protein
    5. A set of proteins arranged in a ring in the cell membrane
    1. A concentration gradient
    2. Changes in osmolarity
    3. A stable electrochemical voltage
    4. A decreased electrochemical voltage
    5. The correct number of receptors
    1. Open for a limited time and the presence of an activator
    2. Non-selectivity
    3. Automatic opening in the presence of large amounts of extracellular sodium
    4. Automatic closing in the presence of a stimulus
    5. Automatic opening in the presence of calcium
    1. An increase in the electrical potential voltage across the membrane
    2. An increase in extracellular water
    3. A decrease in intracellular water
    4. An increase in extracellular chloride
    5. An increase in intracellular potassium
    1. The Cys-loop superfamily of ionotropic receptors
    2. Ionotropic glutamate receptors
    3. N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor
    4. GABAA receptors
    5. ATP-gated channels
    1. Two Ach molecules
    2. Two sodium ions
    3. One sodium ion
    4. One Act molecule
    5. Two potassium ions
    1. Sodium
    2. Potassium
    3. Chloride
    4. Calcium
    5. Magnesium

    Author of lecture Ion Channels: Definition, Types & Function

     Thad Wilson, PhD

    Thad Wilson, PhD


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