The graph below shows the potassium current Ik at onset of the fall in voltage of a voltage pulse in a giant squid axon.

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The graph below shows the potassium current Ik at onset of the fall in voltage of a voltage pulse in a giant squid axon.

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The Graph Below Shows The Potassium Current Ik At Onset Of The Fall In Voltage Of A Voltage Pulse In A Giant Squid Axon 1
The Graph Below Shows The Potassium Current Ik At Onset Of The Fall In Voltage Of A Voltage Pulse In A Giant Squid Axon 1 (42.96 KiB) Viewed 4837 times
The graph below shows the potassium current Ik at onset of the fall in voltage of a voltage pulse in a giant squid axon. 0 mV V -70 mV Off State why is there a transient inward IK (negative current that decays towards zero) at onset of the fall in voltage (“Off”") (marked in orange circle) of the voltage pulse. IK
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