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(Solved) (Latest ver. Aug 2020) - Energy Required by Na-K Pump to Move 2 Na+ and 3 K+ Ions

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How much energy is needed for the Na/K pump to move 3 Na out and 2 K in when
Nai (Na inside)= 9.2mM, Nao (outside)= 115, Ki (K inside)= 135mM and Ko (K outside)= 3mM?
Include the effects of membrane potential; it will have to be calculated based on the given ion
concentrations and PNa/Pk of 0.013.

 







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