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In filtration tests, flow rates of red cell suspensions through membranes are determined (Nash, 1990). Use of micropore transit to estimate red cell deformability has the advantage that the pore diameters can be chosen to correspond to the diameters of the smallest microvessels ranging from 3 to 7/tm. The complexity of the deformations undergone by red cells makes it difficult to use a mathematical model to simulate the cells' transit across a membrane using a mathematical model. However, recently Secomb and Hsu (1996) described a model that enables the analysis of the red blood cell motion through cylindrical micropores.
The membrane of a nerve cell body is excited as soon as nerve impulses come to it from the adjacent cells through their appendices. This excitation passes over to a nerve fiber of this cell, and moves through it to adjacent cells, muscles, or organs at a speed of up to a hundred meters per second. Thus, an elementary signal transmitting the information from one part of an animal's body to another is a nerve impulse. Unlike the dots and dashes in Morse code, the duration of a nervous impulse is constant (about 1ms), and the transmitted information can be encoded in a most peculiar way in the sequence of these impulses.
Therefore, if we disregard the membrane permeability for potassium, it is possible to evaluate potential U at the end of this fast process by using Eq. 1) and assuming [Na+]2/[Na+]l- 14. 15 V). However, the sodium channel has another feature peculiar to it, but not for the potassium one. Its conductivity depends not only on the voltage on the membrane, but also on how much time has passed since its opening. The sodium channel can be open only for 0 . 15 V, of the potential difference on a membrane to its initial value, the resting potential.