Beck 1890 adolf beck c new galvanometer cracow d

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Beck 1890 . Adolf Beck C . New Galvanometer - Cracow d . Berger life 4 motivations - 1900 , significant improvements in the galvanometer e. Energy of brain to EEG - Einthoven f. 14 papers results - heart contractions g. Vindication 1930 , - Quartz tihmlnt €€F quartz fitliment 2 . Gasser a Erlanger - result is the electrocardiograph a. mentor k student Hans Beggar b . Gasser 4 amplifier - 1873 - 1941 C . new approaches :( RO - MD 1897 d. Types of waves - 1926 , string Galvanometers e. size + velocity put people In this protected emrmomnf 3 . Kenneth cole found he could record from bkm.de places on intact train L ? ? ) a. biophysicist - his instrument was sensitive and fast enough ... . b. Nitella : impedance change - discovered brains had " Alpha " MM ( , Improved ampk CRO - was able to do EEG 's on various Stages of life ¢ Infant vs . children its . adult ) d. 1936 - SQUID Herber Gasser e. membrane Values - 1888 - 1964 f. Impedance change , 1938 - worked With Erlanger 4 . young Hodgkin - developed a three - Staged amplifier , worked with a man named Newcomer a. Growing up to camp bridge . Kenneth Cote b . Adrian : contrasts - C . Electrical transmission . John young d. Old membrane theory e. single Axons + svbthresndd Discussion : f. New York 1952 - 1938 g. Squid t Resistance change
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Week 6 , I Feb 12,2018 From Hormones to Neurotransmitters Outline : Notes : 1 , Hormones } Nerve Chemistry . Starts in 18905 - When medical research went into " a rage of hormones " d. 18905 : Rage for hormones . My xademe ? Auto b. Adrenaline 1904 - 1907 . Dale 1875 - 1968 pqoy Elliot / \ sympth c . langley , Elliot { Autonomic sympathetic - Effects of gg.gg Part "fmP* " adrenaline nicotine d. Henry Dale :C ampbridge + Welcome adrenaline speculation T e. Drug to Sting { sympathetomimetic Amines synapse f. 1914 ACH + Road block . George Barger ( Ie ) z . ottoloewit " staff ' ' . ( If ) Dale Was testing another drug a. loewl 4 England - resulted in the slowing down of the heart rate b. lsol Heart Prep - at this point acetylcholine Came into question ( . " Vcgvs - Stoff " - could not Isolate acetylcholine , bad block d. Controversy . migrated to pharmacology e . Dale + Dudley 1929 . ( 2a ) Very connected with England 3 . Dale { Feldberg , 1930 - 19 frog heart a . Feldberg in Berlin : Leech qq.gg#f ringer b. Fieldberg to London c. other Preps d. Striated Muscle . ( K ) ilagus - Stoff e. story on the road . cserine f. Nobel 1936 with Loewi . ( 4) Myasthenia Gray 's 4 . Myasthenia Gravis - disease Where people get vp and feel fine but as tome goes on , they get more tired a. clin picture + Willis . k4f ) Danny brown was a sharing ton student b . Wilks : Bulbar paralysis . gradual poisoning my Curare c. Germans : Feb { hope d. Mg + Thymus e . Mary Walther f. Cases + Danny Brown g. Case of Mrs , M h . MD Thesis , 1935 , Therapy
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NERVE IN PULSE EXPLAINED BY 10N FLOW OUTLINE : NOTES : 1 . HODGKIN I to 1939 , OVERSHOT 1939 . 1938 - IMPEDENCE # a . ADRIAN PROTEGE - b. ELEC CONDUCTION . YOU HAVE A MEMBRANE C. SINGLE AXONS , 1937 + SUB THRESHOLD ! + + + + + + + #f- NET AFFECT Is ZERO . . . - - d. AMERICA : SQVOD - e. AMERICA : ELECTRONICS ° IMPEDENCE IS A ( OMPVEX MEASURE F. OLD MEMBRANE THEORY A MEASURE OF RESISTANCE G ( OMPACIITY 9 AP > RP ? 73mV . HODGKIN IN 1932 In HUXLEY ; MATHS + MECHANICS CAMBRIDGE 1932 , SPECIAL RELATION stllp WITH ADRIAN 2. DISTRACTIONS AND DATA , 1934 - 1946 ' 2. WAR WORK : HOH .
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