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Prescott, StevePerson Why?
Biophysical basis for three distinct dynamical mechanisms of action potential initiation.Academic Article Why?
Intracellular Calcium Responses Encode Action Potential Firing in Spinal Cord Lamina I Neurons.Academic Article Why?
Amplitudes of sural and radial sensory nerve action potentials in orthodromic and antidromic studies in children.Academic Article Why?
Action PotentialsConcept Why?
Identification of sodium channel isoforms that mediate action potential firing in lamina I/II spinal cord neurons.Academic Article Why?
The role of the genome in experience-dependent plasticity: Extending the analogy of the genomic action potential.Academic Article Why?
Activity regulates positive and negative neurotrophin-derived signals to determine axon competition.Academic Article Why?
Afferent hyperexcitability in neuropathic pain and the inconvenient truth about its degeneracy.Academic Article Why?
Auditory brainstem activity and development evoked by apical versus basal cochlear implant electrode stimulation in children.Academic Article Why?
Combined Changes in Chloride Regulation and Neuronal Excitability Enable Primary Afferent Depolarization to Elicit Spiking without Compromising its Inhibitory Effects.Academic Article Why?
Cooperativity between remote sites of ectopic spiking allows afterdischarge to be initiated and maintained at different locations.Academic Article Why?
Development and use of the incremental twitch subtraction MUNE method in mice.Academic Article Why?
Dynamic changes of interictal post-spike slow waves toward seizure onset in focal cortical dysplasia type II.Academic Article Why?
Explaining pathological changes in axonal excitability through dynamical analysis of conductance-based models.Academic Article Why?
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