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Category:Potassium(+)
Abbrev K(+), Potassium, Potassium Ion  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
DefiningCitation Thomas M. Jessell, Eric R. Kandel, James H. Schwartz, Essentials of Neuroscience and Behavior,Appleton & Lange, Norwalk, CT, 1995, pp 710.  +
Definition An elemental potassium that has formula K. An elemental potassium that has formula K. An essential element in the functioning of the nervous system. Potassium concentrations inside the resting neuron are higher than those outside the cell. The preponderance of resting channels in glial cells are permeable only to K+. s in glial cells are permeable only to K+.
Has role Current carrier +
Id CHEBI:29103  +
Label Potassium(+)  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 12 August 2014 00:22:01  +
ModifiedDate 12 August 2014  +
SuperCategory Cation  +
Synonym potassium+  +, potassium cation  +, potassium ion  +, K+  +, K(+)  +, potassium(1+) ion  +, potassium(I) cation  +, K  +, potassium(1+)  +
Categories Cation
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CNGA1 +, Calcium-activated potassium channel +, Calcium-activated potassium channel - type 1 +, Calcium-activated potassium channel - type 2 +, Calcium-activated potassium channel - type 3 +, Calcium-activated potassium channel - type 4 +, Calcium-activated potassium channel - type 5 +, Cyclic-nucleotide gated channel +, Cyclic-nucleotide gated channel - type A +, Cyclic-nucleotide gated channel - type B +, Inwardly rectifying potassium channel +, Inwardly rectifying potassium channel - type 1 +, Inwardly rectifying potassium channel - type 2 +, Inwardly rectifying potassium channel - type 3 +, Inwardly rectifying potassium channel - type 4 +, Inwardly rectifying potassium channel - type 5 +, Inwardly rectifying potassium channel - type 6 +, Inwardly rectifying potassium channel - type 7 +, K2p1.1 +, K2p10.1 +, RelatedTo
 

 

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