Goldman equation

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Gold·man e·qua·tion

(gōld'măn),
an equation derived to predict membrane potentials in terms of the membrane's permeability to ions and their concentrations on either side.

Goldman,

David E., U.S. physiologist, 1911–.
Goldman equation - an equation derived to predict membrane potentials in terms of the membrane's permeability to ions and their concentrations on either side. Synonym(s): constant field equation; Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz equation
Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz equation - Synonym(s): Goldman equation

Goldman equation

quantifies the voltage potential of resting membranes.
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