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EBME 202
Section 1, Lecture 6
February 2, 2017
Section 1: Nerve and Muscle
Date
Lecture
Topic
Section 1: Nerve and muscle
Introduction to the course; review of membranes and membrane
transport
Membrane potentials and action potentials
Contraction of skele