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BIPN140 Lecture 2 - Cellular Neurobiology BIPN140...

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http://www.biology.ucsd.edu/classes/bipn140.FA10/ Cellular Neurobiology BIPN140
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Figure 2.2 Recording passive and active electrical signals in a nerve cell
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Figure 2.6 Resting and action potentials arise from differential permeability to ions inside outside 100 3 10 100
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Figure 2.4 Electrochemical equilibrium (Part 1)
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Figure 2.4 Electrochemical equilibrium (Part 2)
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Figure 2.7 Resting membrane potential is determined by the K + concentration gradient
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Figure 2.3 Transporters and channels move ions across neuronal membranes
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Figure 4.13 Molecular organization of the Na + /K + pump (Part 1)
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Figure 4.11 Ion movements due to the Na + /K + pump (Part 1)
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Figure 2.2 Recording passive and active electrical signals in a nerve cell
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Figure 3.11 Propagation of an action potential
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Figure 3.10 Passive current flow in an axon
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Box 3C(2) Passive Membrane Properties
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Box 3C(1) Passive Membrane Properties
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How do microglia behave in the resting brain and following injury? Approach: Look and see! Mouse brain, thinned skull 2-photon confocal microscopy Microglia labeled with eGFP What did the authors learn from this research?
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