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Warning! What does K-ATP channel do in beta cells when ATP increases within cell?

What does K-ATP channel do in beta cells when ATP increases within cell?

A. K-atp channel closes and increases k+ within cell causing depolarisation and insulin release

B. K-atp channel closes and decreases k+ within cell causing depolarisation and insulin release

C. K-atp channel opens and increases k+ within cell causing depolarisation and insulin release

D. K-atp channel opens and decreases k+ within cell causing depolarisation and insulin release
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What does K-ATP channel do in beta cells when ATP increases within cell?

A. K-atp channel closes and increases k+ within cell causing depolarisation and insulin release

B. K-atp channel closes and decreases k+ within cell causing depolarisation and insulin release

C. K-atp channel opens and increases k+ within cell causing depolarisation and insulin release

D. K-atp channel opens and decreases k+ within cell causing depolarisation and insulin release
I go with A
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