Which phase of cardiac action potential is caused by closure of the fast sodium channels? phase 0 phase 1 phase 2 phase 3?


Answer: phase 1 A cardiac action potential can be divided into phase 0-4. In phase 0, the sodium channel is opened and sodium will come into the cell which causes a rapid depolarization. In phase 1, the fast sodium channel is closed and K+ channel starts to be opened which makes a small repolarization.

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