The Excitation Properties of Nerve Membranes
Part of the Experimental and Clinical Neuroscience book series (ECN)
The Hodgkin-Huxley theory (1952a,b,c,d) was highly successful in the early days in explaining the change of sodium and potassium permeability of the neural membrane and enjoyed a wide acceptance.
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