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Potassium the Heart Mineral: Use a Potassium Diet to Improve Your Heart Function By Christopher Teller
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Why you Should be Concerned with Potassium? Most people don’t think much about potassium, but they do need plenty of it to keep them healthy. And, when they are not feeling good or sick, they... More > think even less about potassium. In this Nook e-book you will discover little talked about uses of potassium and why you need to keep on top of how to use mineral to keep you healthy. What is Potassium Good For? Potassium is well known for keeping your heart strong and pumping, but there are more details you should know about how to use potassium to keep all aspects of your cardiovascular system working, to prevent you from shorting your life. What Should I Do? Go now and click on the buy button to get this inexpensive nook book. You need to know how to use potassium the right way for body health.< Less
Alkaline Body: How Potassium-Sodium Destroy Body Acid By Christopher Teller
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Can you imagine how important potassium and sodium are for your body? These minerals are what are keeping you alive. Do you know anything about them? If you don’t keep them at normal blood... More > levels and stored in your body, this is what happens. Acid Body Appetite loss Muscle cramps A state of confusion Mild to severe constipation Excretion of calcium in urine Sickness Do you have any of these symptoms? Both sodium and potassium are active in your body neutralizing body acids. It is these acids that are responsible for your pain and sickness. To start to improve your health, you should be concentrating on reducing your body acid. This book shows you exactly how you can get more potassium and sodium into your body, so you can start having a life. You will also discover how these minerals lead to disease and illness and how you can avoid all of this misery. Now is the time to click on the order button. Order your book now.< Less
FACTS AND FIGURES OF THE FOODS THAT YOU EAT volume one By Robert Owens, Donna Owens
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This volume tell the amount of protein, sodium, potassium and sugars in most foods. It will be good for people who need to watch their diets.
Theoretical Studies of Structure-Function Relationships in Kv Channels: Electrostatics of the Voltage Sensor By Alexander Peyser
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Voltage-gated ion channels mediate electrical excitability of cellular membranes. Reduced models of the voltage sensor of Kv channels produce insight into the electrostatic physics underlying the... More > response of the S4 transmembrane domain to changes in membrane potential. By calculating the partition function computed from the electrostatic energy, I compute expectations of charge displacement, energetics, probability distributions of translation & rotation and Maxwell stress for S2, S3 & S4 arrangements. A ‘paddle’ model is rejected on electrostatic grounds. On the other hand, a ‘sliding helix’ model with three local counter-charges, a protein dielectric coefficient of 4 and a 2/3 interval of counter-charge positioning relative to the S4 α-helix period of positive residues is electrostatically reasonable, comparing well with Shaker. These ‘sliding helix’ models compare favorably with experimental results for mutant charge experiments on Shaker. Movies: https://sites.google.com/site/alexpeyserthesis< Less
Theoretical Studies of Structure-Function Relationships in Kv Channels: Electrostatics of the Voltage Sensor By Alexander Peyser
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Voltage-gated ion channels mediate electrical excitability of cellular membranes. Reduced models of the voltage sensor of Kv channels produce insight into the electrostatic physics underlying the... More > response of the S4 transmembrane domain to changes in membrane potential. By calculating the partition function computed from the electrostatic energy, I compute expectations of charge displacement, energetics, probability distributions of translation & rotation and Maxwell stress for S2, S3 & S4 arrangements. A ‘paddle’ model is rejected on electrostatic grounds. On the other hand, a ‘sliding helix’ model with three local counter-charges, a protein dielectric coefficient of 4 and a 2/3 interval of counter-charge positioning relative to the S4 α-helix period of positive residues is electrostatically reasonable, comparing well with Shaker. These ‘sliding helix’ models compare favorably with experimental results for mutant charge experiments on Shaker. Movies: https://sites.google.com/site/alexpeyserthesis< Less
[ebook] Theoretical Studies of Structure-Function Relationships in Kv Channels: Electrostatics of the Voltage Sensor By Alexander Peyser
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Voltage-gated ion channels mediate electrical excitability of cellular membranes. Reduced models of the voltage sensor of Kv channels produce insight into the electrostatic physics underlying the... More > response of the S4 transmembrane domain to changes in membrane potential. By calculating the partition function computed from the electrostatic energy, I compute expectations of charge displacement, energetics, probability distributions of translation & rotation and Maxwell stress for S2, S3 & S4 arrangements.< Less
That Magnificent Magnesium! By Life Doctor
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This book concisely explains scientifically proven ways that demonstrate the importance of magnesium to our bodies. This style is written for almost all grade levels to understand.It is also written... More > from the perspective of a respected and experienced holistic health expert. Learn and Prosper!< Less
Fluid and Electrolyte Abnormalities - Review Notes By medpgnotes
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FLUIDS AND ELECTROLYTE ABNORMALITIES - REVIEW NOTES This eBook is review notes about Fluids and Electrolyte abnormalities discussed in entrance examination point of view.
Physical Chemistry Polarization Repolarization By Homework Help Classof1
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"1. When considering nerve impulse generation across a cell membrane, potassium ions (K+), sodium ions (Na+) and calcium ions (Ca++) are the ions most involved in this process. By definition... More > these ions are defined as follows: a. Potassium, K+, is a monovalent anion and is the major intracellular ion; Sodium, Na+, is a monovalent cation and is the major extracellular ion, and Calcium, Ca++, is a divalent cation found mainly outside of the cell. b. Potassium, K+, is a monovalent cation and is the major extracellular ion; Sodium, Na+, is a monovalent anion and is the major intracellular ion, and calcium, Ca++, is a divalent cation found mainly outside of the cell.< Less
Nutritive Value of Foods By United States Department of Agriculture, Susan E. Gebhardt, Robin G. Thomas
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This publication gives in tabular form the nutritive values for household measures of commonly used foods. It was first published in 1960; the last revision was published in 1991. In this revision,... More > values for total dietary fiber have been added and phosphorus values have been removed. Values are reported for water; calories; protein; total fat; saturated, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated fatty acids; cholesterol; carbohydrate; total dietary fiber; calcium; iron; potassium; sodium; vitamin A in IU and RE units; thiamin; riboflavin; niacin; and ascorbic acid (vitamin C). Data are from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 13.< Less