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dendrite (input) soma (integration) axon (output) Digital vs. Analog Forms of Neural Electrical Signaling point-process input #1 point-process input #2 point-process output dynamic response nonlinear summation BME 552 Lecture 2
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Unformatted text preview: BME 552 Lecture 2 BME 552 Lecture 2 BME 552 Lecture 2 BME 552 Lecture 2 BME 552 Lecture 2 BME 552 Lecture 2 BME 552 Lecture 2 BME 552 Lecture 2 BME 552 Lecture 2 BME 552 Lecture 2 BME 552 Lecture 2 The functional impact of a given synaptic input depends in part on its distance from the action potential trigger zone Functional significance of dendritic voltage-dependent conductances Bi-directional propagation of action potential BME 552 Lecture 2...
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