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ADP H2O A T P 6 ATP binds; Two K+ are released. The catalytic subunit of each pump has extracellular binding sites for K+ and intracellular binding sites for Na+ and ATP. ATP transfers its terminal phosphate to the catalytic subunit in a Na+-dependent manner; because the pump is a protein that cleaves ATP by means of ion-dependent enzymatic activity, it often is referred to as an Na+/K+-ATPase. At the expense of the energy of hydrolysis of ATP, typically three Na+ ions are transported out of the cell and two extracellular K+ ions are transported in.
Any given neuron might function in more than one circuit and might commmunicate with thousands of other neurons. Neuronal communication depends on both electrical and chemical carriers of information. The electrical mechanisms rely on the ability of each neuron to control the flow of ions across its membrane and thus to process and store information. Chemical signals are the means by which the vast majority of neurons communicate with each other. Neurons are not physically connected but are separated by a minute space, as small as 20 to 40 nm, called a synapse (the Greek word for clasp; 2–1 ).
O O OH CH3 H H O CH3 H CHAPTER 2 31 real neurons have two biophysical properties that affect the movement of charge and the development of potential across a neuronal membrane. First, unlike the movement of charge in the cell model, charge is not transferred instantaneously from one neuronal compartment to another. Electrically, the membrane can be thought of as a resistor and a capacitor 2–9 . Resistance describes a membrane’s ability to pass ions, and it is determined by the number and properties of the ion channels, and the thickness of the membrane.
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