B cole curtis 1940 1947 hodgkin got a fellowship 1937

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b. COLE + CURTIS , 1940 1947 HODGKIN GOT A FELLOWSHIP 1937+-1938 C . AXOPLASM + 10ns , lqqz WENT TO ROCKOFEULER INSTITUTE IN NYC d. Katz CLUE MADE CONTACT WITH ( °lE/ WHO WAS AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY University e. WAITING 4 THEORIZING IN 1938 , HOSKIN acquired a 59019 3 HODGKIN + HUXLEY TI FVOM that point on . , . a 1947 SQUID + Na HOGKIN got technical savvy With electronics b. GETTING MESSAGE OUT Single - Sweep Cro , Un '9ue events , Preamp , learned how to get rid of distortions C. VOLTAGE CLAMP 1948 + 1949 . HOYKM and Huxley designed an experiment d. MICROELECTRODE . Cole and Curtis Wanted to understand the Overshoot e. MUSCLE AP f. KEYNES E ISOTOPES 9 . SALTATORY COORDINATION h . 1952 PAPERS
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Synaptic Integration as Ion Flows Outline : Notes : 1 Eccles : The brilliant contrarian . we've been looking at conduction a . Australia { Sherrington 's lab . Eccles 1903 - 1997 b. Inside the Spinal cord - interested in how the brain creates consciousness C. Controversy on neurotransmission - Got tpnhodes Scholarship 2 On The Outside 1937 - 1950 a. Enter Katz b. London + nerve excitation C . Flccles to Sydney With Katz 1938 - 1943 d . The end Plate Potential e. Fkcles { Philosophy of science to Otago ( ? ) 3 Inside the nerve cell a. Microelectrode history b. To test facilitation C. Equipment ESRU t EPSP d . The IPSP e. Way Fletes lectures Lasz { Picture of Integration f. Ctl ? ) as Inhibitory long . Telling the story
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Epilipsey : social , Cultural , surgical , Pharmacological Outline Notes : 1 social Definition . Head Injury - open 30-401 . a. Pre - greeks 1 Hippocrates . Bwmalstt ) b. Medieval renaissance ' Drugs C . Alm house to asylum d. special colonies e , Craig colony , 1893 2 Clinical a . Todd { electricity b . Jackson : characteristics C . Early 20C Types d. Causative categories 3 Surgical a. Penfield : Life } training b. Clinician 1 scientist ( . Montreal neurological Institute d. Penfield 4 Steelman e. legacy 4 Medications 2 . Opium b. bromides C. barbiturates d. Phenytoin ( oilantin )
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Medicating the Mind Outline : Notes : 1 Pyschiatry in the 19405 . 422355 = lmipramine a. Dominance of Freud . OPIUM b. Exclusions + walking wounded . Bromides c . Schizophrenia . Barbitures d. Depression . Phenytoin ( Dilantin ) e. " manic depressive " . - - - - - - - - - f. Mental hosts in crisis . Opium prescribed to Many conditions g. attempted solutions - for pain 2 The first anti - psychotics - first form Known as laudanum a. Dyes 4 Phenothiazine - 1804 able to isolate morphine b. anti - materials E antihistamines - 1857 invention of the syringe c. French hospitals + chorpomazine - left the patient drugged and was highly addictive ( opium crisis ) d. lehimann 4 scientific study . 1860 s , Bromides e. spread 9 side effects - tried to have an effect on epileptic patients 3 Tricylic anti - depressions - 18105 done clinical trials a. GEIGY 942240,1950 as sedatives 4 1869 , one trial in North Hampton Where they tried to quantify the results b. Kuhn k failed trial had 37 patients and in s months , had 2139 seizures , then they took this patients on regiments c .
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