How is it that the intracellular levels of K+   are higher than extracellular levels in animal cells?

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A quiescent cell has a quite static membrane potential, and the stage is known as the potential resting stage. The intracellular intensity of K + in the cell membrane is far higher than the animal extracellular levels. This is known as the sodium/proton pump and is caused by positive sodium and potassium ions. For every three positive sodium ions leaving, two positive potassium ions enter, and the positive ions increase and cause the change.

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