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"K+ antagonises the biological effects of Na+". I have been reading the same many times without any explanation. How actually (mechanism) K+ helps excretion of Na+?, their interactions? And eventually lowers blood pressure?

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That's because cell membrane could have a protein, called Na/K pump who's able to regulate the level of Sodium/Calcium using the energy gained by the hydrolysis of a phosphate bond from ATP.

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