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Can disorders involving involuntary muscle twitches and spasms have a hypertrophic and increased residual muscle tension effect?

Meaning disorders specifically like myokymia, myoclonus (positive and negative) and fasciculations. From the section of the literature I've seen, sometimes passing mentions are made when the disorder ...
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Is the ACh receptor more permeable to sodium ions?

The AChR is permeable to sodium and potassium ions only and has a reversal potential of 0mV. However the Nernst potentials for sodium and potassium ions is ~ +60mV and -88mV respectively. Taking a ...
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How strong of an electric field is dangerous to adult humans?

Given that "a potential difference is introduced over the membrane, the associated electric field induces a conformational strong in the potassium channel" is required for our muscles to move, how ...
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How much Cardiomyocyte Move in Relation to its Neurons?

I am trying to estimate how much cardiomyocyte and its things (mitochondria) move in relation to neurons Movement of neurons (1) Movement of cardiomyocytes Movement of cardiomyocytes' mitochondrias (...
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Relationship between body size and damage done by electricity

We all know that if a person gets stunned by a 2000 volt stun gun, he/she may be knocked unconscious, but he/she is still alive and apparently no damage done on his/her body. But what could happen if ...
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How can hyperplasia occur in non-fetal hypokinesis?

I have read that the hypoplasia can occur in fetal hypertrophic cardiomyocytes. However, I am interested if this can be theoretically be possible in non-fetal cardiomyocytes which are hypokinetic. I ...