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Measurement and Interpretation of Membrane Potentials Under Conditions Simulating the Ionic Environment of Biological Membranes

  • M. Delmotte
  • A. Réjou-Michel
  • M. Villardi
Conference paper
Part of the Springer Series in Synergetics book series (SSSYN, volume 3)


The biological membrane divides two media of different compositions. If the latter are time-permanent, the system made of the membrane and both media is in non-equilibrium steady state in spite of the matter transference.


Membrane Potential Biological Membrane Dissipative Structure Transport Flux Ionic Environment 
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  • M. Delmotte
  • A. Réjou-Michel
  • M. Villardi

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