The Excitable Membrane: The Hodgkin-Huxley Model

  • Rogier P. van Wijk van Brievingh
  • Ignacio A. García Alves
Part of the Advances in Simulation book series (ADVS.SIMULATION, volume 6)

Abstract

These simulations include the Nernst potential for the relevant ions and the Goldman potential as the mechanism for calculating the resting potential [Plonsey, 1969].

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  • Rogier P. van Wijk van Brievingh
  • Ignacio A. García Alves

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