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Synaptic transmission

Synaptic transmission

Synaptic transmission. Communication between neurons and other body cells: Other neurons, glands, and muscles. Chemical communication. Neurotransmitters Neuromodulators and ectopic synapses Hormones Pheromones. Structure of the synapse. Terminal button and presynaptic membrane

By Anita
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To Jonathan Kirk for Inviting me Nice to visit a near neighbor I live nearly at Harlem & Lake

To Jonathan Kirk for Inviting me Nice to visit a near neighbor I live nearly at Harlem & Lake

Thanks!. To Jonathan Kirk for Inviting me Nice to visit a near neighbor I live nearly at Harlem & Lake. +. ~ 30 Å. Ion Channels are the Main Controllers of Biological Function Ion Channels are the Valves of Cells. Ions in Water * are the. Selectivity

By jana
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Chloride Ion Channels

Chloride Ion Channels

Chloride Ion Channels. Alexander Chew Florida State University BSC5936 February 2005. Types. ELG CFTR ABC CLC CLNS1A CLIC CLCA Note: Often chloride ion channels are permeable to other anions. Chloride happens to be the most abundant anion. Functions. Regulate cell volume

By betty_james
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Thank you for the chance to visit many times and work together!

Thank you for the chance to visit many times and work together!

Thanks to PSU Math particularly Jinchao Xu, Xiantao Li, and Chun Liu. Thank you for the chance to visit many times and work together!. Mathematics describes only a tiny part of life, But Mathematics* Creates our Standard of Living

By Anita
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Chapter 6: “Communication, Integration and Homeostasis

Chapter 6: “Communication, Integration and Homeostasis

Chapter 6: “Communication, Integration and Homeostasis. Cell to cell communication Gap junctions Paracrines and autocrines Long distance communication Signaling pathways Receptors Ion channels Signal transduction. Cell to cell communication. connexins. Ca++ ATP.

By issac
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THE SYNAPSE

THE SYNAPSE

The Sanger Institute. THE SYNAPSE. Where nerve impulses convert to neurotransmitters. The synapse is where the nerve impulse passes from one cell to the next The electrical signal (the action potential) stops and a chemical signal takes over to cross the gap between the cells

By mercer
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Biological Modeling of Neural Networks

Biological Modeling of Neural Networks

Week 3 – part 1 : Reduction of the Hodgkin-Huxley Model. 3 .1 From Hodgkin-Huxley to 2D - Overview : From 4 to 2 dimensions - MathDetour 1: Exploiting similarities - MathDetour 2: Separation of time scales 3 .2 Phase Plane Analysis

By kimball
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It is a privilege (and joy) to visit many times and work together.

It is a privilege (and joy) to visit many times and work together.

Thanks to PSU Math particularly Xiantao Li, Chun Liu Jinchao Xu, and Yuxi Zheng. It is a privilege (and joy) to visit many times and work together. Mathematics describes only a tiny part of life, But Mathematics* Creates our Standard of Living

By parry
(611 views)

Pharmacology of the cardiovascular system

Pharmacology of the cardiovascular system

Pharmacology of the cardiovascular system. 浙江大学医学院药理学系 张世红 shzhang713@zju.edu.cn. Drugs Affecting Ion Channels in the Cardiovascular System. 1. Ion c hannels in the cardiovascular system 2. Drugs affecting ion channels in the cardiovascular system.

By roch
(527 views)

Cell Transport Systems

Cell Transport Systems

Cell Transport Systems. Diffusion. Mixing of materials by their own random motion Mixing occurs from an area of high to low concentrations. Osmosis. Basically the diffusion of H 2 O through a membrane Since H 2 O molecules are small – they can pass through membranes (even non-polar part)

By arissa
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1:1 (relay)

1:1 (relay)

LEARN THIS NOW: There are only a few ways to connect neurons. Here are the major ways to do it, with example functions. 1:1 (relay). e xception is auditory system…. Many:1 (IN SENSORY SYSTEMS – GAIN, IN PERCETUAL SYSTEMS – COMPLEXITY). 1:Many (arousal). Don’t You Just Love Neurons?.

By vernon
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Chapter 2: Neurons and conductance-based models

Chapter 2: Neurons and conductance-based models

Chapter 2: Neurons and conductance-based models. Fundamentals of Computational Neuroscience. Dec 09. Biological background. Ion channels . Synapse. Non-NMDA: AMPA, GABA. Conductance-based models. MATLAB program. Hodgkin-Huxley model.

By mizell
(212 views)

to 	Mimi Dai for inviting me!

to Mimi Dai for inviting me!

Thanks!. to Mimi Dai for inviting me!. Mathematics describes only a little of Daily Life But Mathematics* Creates our Standard of Living *e.g., Electricity, Computers, Fluid Dynamics, Optics, Structural Mechanics, …. How can we use mathematics to describe biological systems?

By bernad
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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter 5. Homeostasis and Cell Transport. Table of Contents. Section 1 Passive Transport Section 2 Active Transport. Section 1 Passive Transport. Chapter 5. Objectives. Explain how an equilibrium is established as a result of diffusion. Distinguish between diffusion and osmosis.

By marcy
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Drug Actions and Handling by the Body - Pharmacokinetics

Drug Actions and Handling by the Body - Pharmacokinetics

Drug Actions and Handling by the Body - Pharmacokinetics. David Henry. Discipline of Clinical Pharmacology. Introduction: What we will cover . How do drugs act and how are they handled by the body? Drug Action, Drug Absorption, Drug Distribution and Drug Elimination

By vic
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Drugs Acting on the Central Nervous System

Drugs Acting on the Central Nervous System

Drugs Acting on the Central Nervous System. INTRODUCTION. F unction . Drugs can alter the function of the central nervous system (CNS) to provide • 1. Anticonvulsant effects • 2. Tranquilization (sedation) • 3. Analgesia

By connie
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Neuroprosthetics

Neuroprosthetics

Neuroprosthetics. Week 5 Stimulating and recording of nerves and neurons. Realising an Action Potential. Depolarization (synaptic transmission or external stimuli) causes ion channels to open Response of Na channels causes increase in outward current – depolarizes membrane further

By kolton
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Mathematics describes only a little of Daily Life

Mathematics describes only a little of Daily Life

Mathematics describes only a little of Daily Life But Mathematics* Creates our Standard of Living *Electricity, Computers 10 9 in 50 years , Fluid Dynamics, Optics, Structural Mechanics, …. Mathematics Creates our Standard of Living

By atira
(238 views)

Boundless Lecture Slides

Boundless Lecture Slides

Boundless Lecture Slides. Available on the Boundless Teaching Platform. Free to share, print, make copies and changes. Get yours at www.boundless.com. Using Boundless Presentations. Boundless Teaching Platform

By riordan
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Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Chapter 12. Membrane Transport. Defintions. Solution – mixture of dissolved molecules in a liquid Solute – the substance that is dissolved Solvent – the liquid. Membrane Transport Proteins. Many molecules must move back and forth from inside and outside of the cell

By adeola
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