An excitable cell is impaled by a micropipette,

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An excitable cell is impaled by a micropipette.

Question

An excitable cell is impaled by a micropipette, and a second extracellular electrode is placed close by at the outer-membrane surface. Brief pulses of current are then passed between these electrodes, which may cause it to conduct an action potential. Explain how the polarity of the stimulating pair influences the membrane potential, and subsequently the activity, of the excitable cell.

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