Problem: CFTR moves chloride ions out of cells by active transport. What can be inferred from this statement?  a. Chloride concentrations are higher on the outside of the cell b. Chloride concentrations are higher on the inside of the cell c. Sodium concentrations are higher on the outside of the cell d. Sodium concentrations are higher on the inside of the cell  

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CFTR moves chloride ions out of cells by active transport. What can be inferred from this statement? 

a. Chloride concentrations are higher on the outside of the cell

b. Chloride concentrations are higher on the inside of the cell

c. Sodium concentrations are higher on the outside of the cell

d. Sodium concentrations are higher on the inside of the cell

 

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