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The action potential
Barnett MW and Larkman PM. Pract Neurol 2007 - Review. PMID 17515599
Nerve conduction normal values for electrodiagnosis in pediatric patients.
Ryan CS, et al. Muscle Nerve 2019. PMID 31032944
INTRODUCTION: Existing normal value references for pediatric nerve conduction studies (NCS) are based on limited sample sizes with uncertain reliability, suggesting a need for better normative data. ...Normal reference ranges for amplitude, conduction velocity, and distal latency were established for each age group for 4 motor and 4 sensory nerves. ...
INTRODUCTION: Existing normal value references for pediatric nerve conduction studies (NCS) are based on limited sample sizes with un …
Physiology of conduction block in multifocal motor neuropathy and other demyelinating neuropathies.
Kaji R. Muscle Nerve 2003 - Review. PMID 12635114
Conduction block is an important functional consequence of demyelination whereby nervous transmission is abolished. Its mechanism has been discussed with respect to the loss of insulation due to disruption of myelin. Recent development of threshold tracking techniques, which enabled noninvasive assessment of axonal membrane potentials and ion channels, has provided evidence that axonal excitability changes significantly and contributes to conduction failure. ...
Conduction block is an important functional consequence of demyelination whereby nervous transmission is abolished. Its mechanism has
Evolution of rapid nerve conduction.
Castelfranco AM and Hartline DK. Brain Res 2016 - Review. PMID 26879248
Rapid conduction of nerve impulses is a priority for organisms needing to react quickly to events in their environment. While myelin may be viewed as the crowning innovation bringing about rapid conduction, the evolution of rapid communication mechanisms, including those refined and enhanced in the evolution of myelin, has much deeper roots. ...We finish by suggesting several design principles that appear to govern the evolution of rapid conduction. This article is part of a Special Issue entitled SI: Myelin Evolution....
Rapid conduction of nerve impulses is a priority for organisms needing to react quickly to events in their environment. While myelin …
Rapid conduction and the evolution of giant axons and myelinated fibers.
Hartline DK and Colman DR. Curr Biol 2007 - Review. PMID 17208176 Free article.
Myelin is a unique way to increase conduction speeds along axons of relatively small caliber. It seems to have arisen independently in evolution several times in vertebrates, annelids and crustacea. Myelinated nerves, regardless of their source, have in common a multilamellar membrane wrapping, and long myelinated segments interspersed with 'nodal' loci where the myelin terminates and the nerve impulse propagates along the axon by 'saltatory' conduction. ...
Myelin is a unique way to increase conduction speeds along axons of relatively small caliber. It seems to have arisen independently i …
Scaling of sensorimotor delays in terrestrial mammals
More HL and Donelan JM. Proc Biol Sci 2018. PMID 30158304 Free PMC article.
Nerve conduction delay is one contributor, and increases strongly with animal size. Sensing, synaptic and neuromuscular junction delays also contribute, and we approximate each as a constant value independent of animal size. Muscle's electromechanical and force generation delays increase more moderately with animal size than nerve conduction delay, but their total contribution exceeds that of the four neural delays. ...
Nerve conduction delay is one contributor, and increases strongly with animal size. Sensing, synaptic and neuromuscular junction dela …
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