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by Alan A. Boulton,Glen B. Baker,Case H. Vanderwolf

Author: Alan A. Boulton,Glen B. Baker,Case H. Vanderwolf
Subcategory: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Humana Press; 1991 edition (September 6, 1990)
Pages: 394 pages
Category: Medicine
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Basic Methods and Concepts. eBook n/a. ISBN 978-1-59259-619-5. Digitally watermarked, DRM-free. Included format: EPUB, PDF. ebooks can be used on all reading devices. Hardcover n/a. ISBN 978-0-89603-16. Kitai and Park show how cellular neurophysiology can be related to classical neuroanatomy, an important basis for any type of functional analysis.

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Alan A. Boulton, Glen B. Baker, Case H. Vanderwolf. The development of neurophysiology, the study of the activity of living nervous tissue, has relied heavily on the techniques of electrophysiology.

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Автор: Boulton Alan . Baker Glen . Walz Wolfgang Название: Practical Cell Culture Techniques ISBN . As part of the Neuromethods series, this work provides the kind of intensive description and implementation advice that is crucial for getting optimal results in the laboratory.

Описание: This text focuses on the advantages of new tissue culture techniques that enable close and detailed study of many nerve cell types.

The development of neurophysiology, the study of the activity of living nervous tissue, has relied heavily on the techniques of electrophysiology. This emphasis is revealed in volumes 14 and 15 of this series, which show how electrophysiological techniques can be applied to research topics ranging from ion channels to human behavior. Kitai and Park show how cellular neurophysiology can be related to classical neuroanatomy, an important basis for any type of functional analysis. Wonderlin, French, Arispe, and Jones describe new (single channel) and more traditional (whole cell) techniques for studying the role of ion channels in cellular pr- esses, a field that is currently developing very rapidly. An exciting nontraditional approach to the study of cellular electrophysiology is discussed by Hopp, Wu, Xiao, Rioult, London, Zecevic, and Cohen in their paper on optic measurement of membrane pot- tials. Humphrey and Schmidt offer a thoughtful review of the uses and limitations of the technique of recording extracellular unit potentials in the brain. Hoffer presents an introduction to a field that is of great interest but is technically very difficult-the reco- ing from cells and axons in the spinal cord and peripheral nervous system in freely moving animals. An electrophysiological approach to the analysis of the neural mechanisms of normal behavior is presented by Halgren in a wide-ranging review of the field of evoked potentials in humans.