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If depolarizing membrane potentials open voltage gated sodium channels, what closes them?

For action potential generation and propagation are there any other cation channels that could substitute for the voltage-gated sodium channels if the sodium channnels were blocked?
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If depolarizing membrane potentials open voltage gated sodium channels, what closes them?

Voltage-gated ion channels open and close in response to membrane potential. Membrane potential is the difference in electrical potential between the interior and the exterior of a biological cell.
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For action potential generation and propagation are there any other cation channels that could substitute for the voltage-gated sodium channels if the sodium channnels were blocked?

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