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In contrast, the intracellular potassium concentration (140 mEq/L) is much greater than its extracellular concentration (5 mEq/L). Because the cell membrane is quite permeable to K+, it can freely diffuse out of the cell down the concentration gradient. This exit of a positively charged cation is a major contributor to the relative excess of negatively charged ions on the inside of the membrane. The importance of this exit of K+ is illustrated by the effects of changes in the concentration of extracellular K+ on the electrical activity of the heart.
The importance of this exit of K+ is illustrated by the effects of changes in the concentration of extracellular K+ on the electrical activity of the heart. Abnormal increases in extracellular K+ concentration, such as may occur with kidney disease, are often associated with abnormal electrical activity of the heart (cardiac arrhythmias), and these can threaten life. In the typical cell in resting conditions, sodium and potassium are the major determinants of the membrane potential. However, in some cell types and in certain conditions, the membrane permeability to other ions, hence passage of these ions across the membrane, may be a significant contributor to the membrane potential.
Nucleoproteins: Nucleic acid prosthetic group (in cell nuclei, chromosomes, and viruses) 4. Chromoproteins: Fe-porphyrin prosthetic group (hemoglobin, cytochromes) 5. Metalloproteins: Contain iron, zinc, or copper (blood transferrin, ferritin, carbonic anhydrase) 6. Phosphoproteins: Phosphate prosthetic group (casein in milk, vitellin in eggs) Most proteins can be classified as structural proteins or as reactive proteins. Structural proteins include these fibrous proteins: collagens, which are the major proteins of connective tissue and which represent about 30% of the total protein content of the animal body; elastins, which are present in elastic tissues such as the ligamentum nuchae, the abdominal tunic, and some arteries; and keratins, which are the proteins of wool, hair, horns, and hoofs.