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The main cell of the brain is the neuron. The neuron has a semipermeable membrane that under specific circumstances lets potassium through. Another common cell is the glia cell, which only has potassium channels. Potassium, K+, has a positive charge and it can pass across the membrane at specific channels, depending on their state (open/closed). The channels ...


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Without Potassium (K), no chemicals move. The Central Nervous System is comprised of a variety of chemicals, electrical signals and neurotransmitters to send a variety of signals through the brain and a variety of receptors of the nervous system. If you want to send a signal of neurotransmitters (medications/ or other chemicals found in your list), there ...



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