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depolarizations

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  • n. Plural form of depolarization.

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  • The propagation of an electrical impulse (known as action potential) proceeds down the axon by a continuous series of such depolarizations due to opening and closing of sodium-potassium ion channels and pumps.

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  • All paraphrases are more or less perfect depolarizations.

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  • Increasing dendritic depolarizations were required as a function of distance to produce just subthreshold somatic sEPSPs of comparable amplitude and shape (amplitude of current injections: 2.3, 3.2 and 2.8 nA for dendritic recordings; 35, 55 and 73 μm from the soma).

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  • Zebeta is allowed to perform the spreading conditions: angina pectoris prophylaxis, heart failure, high blood pressure, mitral valve prolapse, premature ventricular depolarizations, supraventricular tachycardia.

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  • Hair cell deflections toward the kinocilium generate greater depolarizations than comparable deflections away from the kinocilium generate hyperpolarizations.

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  • Because of this, hair cells in regions of the basilar membrane oscillating at high frequencies exhibit non-oscillating depolarizations in response to high frequency sounds.

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  • However, until now, only subthreshold depolarizations have been reported from C128 mutants.

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  • + currents were recorded in response to step depolarizations from holding potential of − 90 mV to a series of test potentials from − 70 mV to 40 mV in 10 mV increments.

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