resting potential

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the potential difference between the two sides of the membrane of a nerve cell when the cell is not conducting an impulse

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During FEM analysis such parameters as inductance, active resistance, generated pulsed magnetic field, induced electric field and the change of the transmembrane cell potential was evaluated.
2 g/L copper, and exhibited a cell potential of 1 Vdc (at 1 g/L copper) to yield corresponding metal capture electrical activation cost of only 0.
Lithium-ion battery separators prevent the anode and cathode layers from contacting each other, allowing cell potential to be maintained and safe operation of the battery.
The incidence of drug-induced haematological dyscrasias also increases with age, more specifically with age-related declines in renal/hepatic function and haemopoietic stem cell potential.
Jerry Schatten, Professor of Reproductive Science at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in Pennsylvania, US, said: "Strategies for male contraceptives, therapies for overcoming infertility, and breakthroughs in stem cell potential are anticipated now because of this discovery.
Innovative strategies for male contraceptives, new therapies for overcoming infertility and significant breakthroughs in embryonic stem cell potential are all anticipated now because of this remarkable discovery.
The fuel cell potential is so great it could change the automobile industry, power, and other businesses significantly.
Fuel cell potential is strong, with room for growth beyond 2016.