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Membranes, Ions, and Impulses By John Moore

Membranes, Ions, and Impulses by John Moore

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Table of Contents

Membranes, ions, and impulses: Dedication to Kacy Cole.- Membranes with Voltage-Sensitive Conductances.- An essential ionized acid group in sodium channels.- Solutions of the Hodgkin-Huxley equations modified for potassium accumulation in a periaxonal space.- New Directions in Membrane Research.- Noise measurements in axon membranes.- Potassium and sodium current noise from squid axon membranes.- Voltage clamp simulation.- Voltage transients in neuronal dendritic trees.- Propagation of action potentials in inhomogeneous axon regions.- Membranes with Chemical-Dependent Conductances-Synapses.- Principles and applications of fluctuation analysis: a nonmathematical introduction.- Effects of cholinergic compounds on the axon-Schwann cell relationship in the squid nerve fiber.- Membranes and Geometrical Factors-Neurons.- Muscle activation: the current status.- Calcium transients in amphibian muscle.- Membrane particles and transmission at the triad.- Electrical properties of the transverse tubular system.- Membranes and Geometrical Factors-Neurons.- Axons, dendrites, and synapses.- Motoneuron dendrites: role in synaptic integration.

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NLS9781468426397
9781468426397
1468426397
Membranes, Ions, and Impulses by John Moore
New
Paperback
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
2012-12-12
196
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