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Term:regulation of membrane potential
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Definition:Any process that modulates the establishment or extent of a membrane potential, the electric potential existing across any membrane arising from charges in the membrane itself and from the charges present in the media on either side of the membrane.


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  biological_process 130409
    biological regulation 89614
      regulation of biological quality 31126
        regulation of membrane potential 3575
          action potential + 1134
          membrane depolarization + 655
          membrane hyperpolarization + 161
          membrane repolarization + 338
          modulation of excitatory postsynaptic potential + 458
          modulation of inhibitory postsynaptic potential + 70
          negative regulation of membrane potential + 151
          positive regulation of membrane potential + 193
          regulation of action potential + 503
          regulation of cardiac muscle cell membrane potential 63
          regulation of membrane depolarization + 373
          regulation of membrane hyperpolarization + 64
          regulation of membrane potential in photoreceptor cell + 0
          regulation of membrane repolarization + 264
          regulation of mitochondrial membrane potential + 669
          regulation of postsynaptic membrane potential + 1061
          regulation of presynaptic membrane potential 24
          regulation of resting membrane potential 65
          spike train + 8
          stabilization of membrane potential 87
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