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The Physiology of Excitable Cells By David J. Aidley

The Physiology of Excitable Cells
by David J. Aidley

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Aiming to explain fundamental concepts and examine key experiments in detail, this edition contains new information on the properties of single ionic channels and on the molecular biology of membrane proteins. It is designed for students taking physiology, biophysics, neuroscience or zoology.
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The Physiology of Excitable Cells by David J. Aidley

Excitable cells include nerve, sensory and muscle cells and they are studied by students of physiology, neuroscience, cell biology and biophysics. The text is well known among students and researchers for its thoroughness and clarity. Fundamental concepts are explained and key experiments are examined in some detail. The revised and restructured new edition takes account of recent advances in molecular biology, with 900 new references to bring the coverage up to date, but retains the same essential philosophy as previous editions.

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The Physiology of Excitable Cells Reviews

"The scope of the book is wide and it is indeed remarkable that a single author can now review current knowledge of so wide a field in the detail Aidley does here." Nerve and Muscle
"I enjoyed this book immensely and believe that it can be used comfortably by students, as a reference for experts, and as a tool for the interested nonexpert investigator." Larry A. Sklar, American Journal of Physiology
"Readers who know the first edition of Dr. Aidley's book will surely dash out and buy this new edition; those who do not know it should become acquainted right away. It is surely the best currently available text on excitable cells and the new edition has been brought up to date." Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology

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The Physiology of Excitable Cells by David J. Aidley
David J. Aidley
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