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Signal propagation along the axon
Rama S, et al. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2018 - Review. PMID 29525575
Safe propagation of action potentials relies on specific ion channel expression at strategic points of the axon such as nodes of Ranvier or axonal branch points. However, while action potentials are generally considered as the quantum of neuronal information, their signaling is not entirely digital. ...
Safe propagation of action potentials relies on specific ion channel expression at strategic points of the axon such as nodes …
Action potential initiation and backpropagation in neurons of the mammalian CNS.
Stuart G, et al. Trends Neurosci 1997 - Review. PMID 9061867
Most neurons in the mammalian CNS encode and transmit information via action potentials. Knowledge of where these electrical events are initiated and how they propagate within neurons is therefore fundamental to an understanding of neuronal function. While work from the 1950s suggested that action potentials are initiated in the axon, many subsequent investigations have suggested that action potentials can also be initiated in the dendrites. ...
Most neurons in the mammalian CNS encode and transmit information via action potentials. Knowledge of where these electrical e …
The action potential.
Barnett MW and Larkman PM. Pract Neurol 2007 - Review. PMID 17515599
Collision of two action potentials in a single excitable cell.
Fillafer C, et al. Biochim Biophys Acta Gen Subj 2017. PMID 28965878
The present experimental study dealt with the head-on meeting of two action potentials (AP) in a single excitable plant cell (Chara braunii internode). ...RESULTS: When two action potentials propagated into each other, the pulses did not penetrate but annihilated (N=26 experiments in n=10 cells). ...
The present experimental study dealt with the head-on meeting of two action potentials (AP) in a single excitable plant cell ( …
Oligodendrocytes changing the rules: action potentials in glia and oligodendrocytes controlling action potentials.
Fields RD. Neuroscientist 2008 - Review. PMID 19029057 Free PMC article.
A category of oligodendrocyte precursor cells (OPCs) has been identified that can fire action potentials, and their excitation is driven by synapses from axons. ...A second study reveals that action potential propagation through CNS axons can be rapidly regulated by oligodendrocytes. Mature oligodendrocytes in the rat hippocampus are depolarized by theta burst stimulation of axons, and when the oligodendrocytes are depolarized by current injection in paired whole-cell recordings with CA1 pyramidal neurons, the latency of impulse conduction through the axons it ensheathes rapidly decreases. ...
A category of oligodendrocyte precursor cells (OPCs) has been identified that can fire action potentials, and their excitation …
Oscillations and Spike Entrainment
Wilson CJ, et al. F1000Res 2018 - Review. PMID 30613382 Free PMC article.
Oscillatory input to networks, as indicated by field potentials, must entrain neuronal firing to be a causal agent in brain activity. ...
Oscillatory input to networks, as indicated by field potentials, must entrain neuronal firing to be a causal agent in brain activity. …
Neurons as oscillators
Stiefel KM and Ermentrout GB. J Neurophysiol 2016 - Review. PMID 27683887 Free PMC article.
Given the PRC, conduction delays, and the waveform and time course of the synaptic potentials, it is possible to predict neural population behavior such as synchronization. ...
Given the PRC, conduction delays, and the waveform and time course of the synaptic potentials, it is possible to predict neural popul …
Thinking about the nerve impulse: A critical analysis of the electricity-centered conception of nerve excitability
Drukarch B, et al. Prog Neurobiol 2018 - Review. PMID 29981394 Free article.
The prevalence of this view is the result of long and intense study of nerve impulses in electrophysiology culminating in the introduction of the Hodgkin-Huxley model of the action potential in the 1950s. ...Here we provide a historico-scientific overview of the developments that have led to the current conception of the action potential as an electrical phenomenon, discuss some major objections against this conception, and suggest a number of scientific factors which have likely contributed to the enduring success of the Hodgkin-Huxley model and should be taken into consideration whilst contemplating the formulation of a more extensive and complete conception of the nerve impulse....
The prevalence of this view is the result of long and intense study of nerve impulses in electrophysiology culminating in the introduction o …
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