Na+ /K+ -ATPase is an enzyme (EC 126.96.36.199) (an electrogenic transmembrane
ATPase) found in ... The sodium-potassium pump mechanism moves 3 sodium
ions out and moves 2 potassium ions in, thus, in tota...
Answer: E. 2. Some regions of the plasma membrane, called lipid rafts, have a
higher ..... The sodium-potassium pump is called an electrogenic pump because
pumps unequal quantities of Na+ and K+ across the membrane, 3Na+ out of and
2 K+ into the ... Because a pump sucks in the water or other material, the sodium-
potassium pump also sucks these two in and th…en moves them from place to ...
The Na+/K+ ATPase system described next is electrogenic because it moves
three ... Na+/K+ ATPase System (also called Sodium-Potassium Pump) of plasma
The membrane is permeable to sodium chloride but not to glucose. Side A is
filled .... 55) The sodium-potassium pump is called an electrogenic pump
Perhaps Skou further realized the significance because of the work of Dr. C.
Samuel ... He discovered what he called the 'Sodium-Potassium Pump' while he
was ... "The Sodium-Potassium Pump is an electrogenic pump becasue it
Apr 2, 2009 ... Because ion flow through channels dissipates the very gradients that drive it, ...
Ion pumps that hydrolyze ATP, ATPases, are sometimes called primary pumps ...
For example, voltage-gated sodium-, or calcium-, or potassium-ion channels are
..... Läuger P. A channel mechanism for electrogenic ion pumps.
In the discussion of the electrogenic pump in smooth muscle cells, certain
symbols will ... EK: potassium equilibrium potential (potential at which there
would be ... This electrochemical potential is also called a diffusion ... This
procedure is effective because the electrogenicity of the ...... on electrogenic
sodium pumping in rat.
May 9, 2008 ... To investigate the effect of CLT on the Na,K-pump, two different .... In the basic
experiment (the so-called standard experiment), Na,K-ATPase-containing ..... of
RH421 because of the electrogenic binding of the third sodium ion ...
This pump moves 2 potassium ions into the neuron in exchange for 3 sodium
ions moving out of the cell. ... The pump is said to be electrogenic. ... with the
inside of the cell negative because positive potassium ions have left the cell. ...
The particular voltage at which the channel opens is called the "threshold