I know that there are flipases and flopases that facilitate this sort of thing, but I'm curious about other possible influences. Can the Donnan effect be reversed so that phospholipids follow ions? For example, calcium efflux from cells causes it to be more energetically favorable for phosphatidylserine (slightly more negative, and thus slightly more likely to follow a positive charge) to be ejected from inner to outer leaflet.
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