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by David McCormick,Gordon Shepherd,John Huguenard

ePub Electrophysiology of the Neuron : An Interactive Tutorial/Book and Disk (IMB) download
Author:
David McCormick,Gordon Shepherd,John Huguenard
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978-0195091113
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0195091116
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Oxford University Press; Pap/Dskt edition (May 19, 1994)
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The 17 experiments investigate such areas as the resting membrane potential, action potential, voltage clamp, physiological properties of nerve cells, and synaptic potentials. The program allows students to propagate the action potential, adjust various parameters and observe the effects on nerve cell firing

John huguenard david a. mccormick. A Companion to Neurobiology by Gordon Shepherd. Electrophysiolqgy of the neuron : an interactive tutorial, John Huguenard and David A.

John huguenard david a. New York Oxford OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1994. Oxford University Press Oxford New York Toronto Delhi Bombay Calcutta Madras Karachi Kuala Lumpur Singapore Hong Kong Tokyo Nairobi Dar es Salaam Cape Town Melbourne Auckland Madrid and associated companies in Berlin Ibadan. p. cm. Companion to: Neurobiology by Gordon Shepherd. Includes bibliographical references.

John Huguenard (Author), David McCormick (Author), Gordon Shepherd (Contributor) & 0 more. John Huguenard is Assistant Professor of Neurology at Stanford University. ISBN-13: 978-0195091113. David McCormick is Associate Professor of Neuroscience at Yale University.

Electrophysiolqgy of the neuron : an interactive tutorial, John. Huguenard and David A. 10 ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY OF THE NEURON are in differing concentrations across the membrane and are able to pass through the membrane, they diffuse down their concentration gradient. However, in so doing they carry charge with them, thereby changing the membrane potential.

John Huguenard is Assistant Professor of Neurology at Stanford University

John Huguenard is Assistant Professor of Neurology at Stanford University. aphy and Clinical Neurophysiology.

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These books are essential reading if you are to understand electrophysiology well Electrophysiology of the Neuron : An Interactive Tutorial/Book and Disk (IMB) by John Huguenard, David A. McCormick, Gordon M. Shepherd Publisher: Oxford.

These books are essential reading if you are to understand electrophysiology well. It would take a very long post to explain it all here and do it justice. I dont quite have time to do that right now, but I can give you references.

John Huguenard, David A. This companion to Shepherd's Neurobiology combines educational software (31/2" double-density 720K floppy disk) for the simulation of neural behaviour with a 74 page manual

John Huguenard, David A. This companion to Shepherd's Neurobiology combines educational software (31/2" double-density 720K floppy disk) for the simulation of neural behaviour with a 74 page manual.

This manual and disk, available in IBM PC and Macintosh formats, accompanies Shepherd's Neurobiology, 3/e. It can be used separately even though it is keyed to the textbook. The 17 experiments investigate such areas as the resting membrane potential, action potential, voltage clamp, physiological properties of nerve cells, and synaptic potentials. The program allows students to propagate the action potential, adjust various parameters and observe the effects on nerve cell firing. Students will learn about equilibrium potentials and the effects of changing ion concentrations, as well as passive and active membrane properties. Separate experiments analyze sodium ion and potassium ion currents, the voltage dependence of these currents, and sleep vs. waking in single neurons. Study questions are provided throughout. This ingeniously-designed program will benefit all undergraduate students of neuroscience.