Ion channels in the nervous system
Ion channels in the nervous system refers to the study of ion channels – proteins allowing charged particles to cross membranes – found in neurons and glia, where they are involved in maintaining the electrochemical gradients that allow neurons to produce action potentials and neurons and glia to release and recycle neurotransmitters.
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