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Krutetskaya, Z.I., Lonskii, A.V., Mozhaeva, G.N. et al. Effect of aconitine on asymmetrical displacement currents of the ranvier node membrane. Neurophysiology 9, 249–251 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01063401
- Displacement Current
- Ranvier Node
- Node Membrane
- Asymmetrical Displacement
- Asymmetrical Displacement Current