Lecture 4 - Box A Voltage Clamp Method 3.1 Current flow...

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V R = IR V C = V B (1-e -tau/RC )
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2.8 The role of sodium in the generation of an action potential. (Part 1)
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2.8 The role of sodium in the generation of an action potential. (Part 2)
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Why does depolarization lead to an action potential?
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Why does the membrane potential come back down?
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Work of Hodgkin and Huxley
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Box A The Remarkable Giant Nerve Cells of a Squid
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Unformatted text preview: Box A Voltage Clamp Method 3.1 Current flow across an axon membrane during a voltage clamp experiment. (Part 2) 3.2 Current produced by membrane depolarizations to several different potentials. 3.4 Dependence of the early inward current on sodium. 3.5 Pharmacological separation of Na + and K + currents into components....
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Lecture 4 - Box A Voltage Clamp Method 3.1 Current flow...

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