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The present review will not therefore claim to be comprehensive in its bibliographic coverage. II. DYNAMICS OF IONS AND EXCITABILITY IN THE NERVE TISSUE A. Resting Potentials The nerve membrane in resting condition has a positive charge on the outside surface and a negative charge on the inside, leading to the creation 29 30 Talwar and Singh of a potential difference across the membrane. Pioneering studies of Hodgkin,(1) Huxley,(2) and others (see Refs. 1,2 for cross references) have lent substance to the belief that the resting membrane potentials are primarily caused by the selective permeability of the membrane to the flow of K ions.
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