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Unformatted text preview: 1 Electrical Signaling: How Ionic Movements Produce Electrical Signals Carol Vandenberg email@example.com 893-8505 Office hours: Mon 12:00-1:00 or by appointment Bio 2, Room 5175 Class website: http://gauchospace.ucsb.edu Lecture Powerpoints are in the Lecture Slides section Login: (your UCSBnetID or U-mail account name) Password: (your password) Let me know if you have any problems. NeuralSim Program: Next week ONLY Oct 7 & 9: Discussion Section will meet in the Life Sciences Computer Facility 1805 or 1806 Psych East Wed morning section meets at 8:30-9:30; all others at normal time. Goals To appreciate the rapid, intricate, signaling processes that underlie brain function. To understand the specialized ability of neurons to signal electrically. To learn to interpret and understand physiological experiments. To discover the importance of electrical signaling in health as well as disease. 2 Overview: How do neurons carry electrical signals? How do neurons carry electrical signals?...
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