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Unread 10-20-2004, 09:58 PM   #1
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During intense exercise, potassium tends to accumulate in the fluid surrounding muscle cells. What membrane protein helps muscle cells counteract this tendency? Explain your answer.


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carrier proteins?
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Lactic Acid
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Unread 10-20-2004, 10:04 PM   #5
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Like cell membrane? Ribosomes? Haha I have no clue, you're looking at a ninth grader here.
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no, lactic acid is what is generated as a result of muscle movement, not a protein that helps block it. I dont know the real answer, but search google!
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lactic acid is released to counteract potassium buildup in muscles, because intense exercise causes potassium to leak into the muscle area and disrupt function, causing fatigue.

but re-reading showed me he's looking for a protein, so i dunno wtf the answer is. lactic acid does counteract this though =D just isn't a protein
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I'll take "Biology questions no one gives a shit about that are assigned to me but am too lazy/stupid to look up" for 200 Alex.
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lol, i should start posting calc 2 questions.
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lactic acid is correct
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During intense exercise, potassium tends to accumulate in the fluid surrounding muscle cells. What membrane protein helps muscle cells counteract this tendency? Explain your answer.


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Unread 10-21-2004, 12:49 AM   #14
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ITs A FUCKING NA++/K+ ION CHANNEL PROTEIN

AND LACTIC ACID CAUSES FATIGUE, IT DOSENT RELIEVE IT YOU MORON
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