August Meessen

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C. Vedruccio invented an electronic system for non-invasive EM cancer detection, requiring only that a handy probe be moved a few centimetres over the surface of the body, close to the organ that should be tested. The probe contains a non-linear oscillator, emitting a very weak EM wave, with several frequency components (at 450, 900 and 1350 MHz, for(More)
The model, used previously to account for the transport of K+ ions through squid axon membranes under steady-state conditions, is extended to the description of the kinetic behavior of Na+ and K+ currents, for sudden variations of the applied potential. Theoretical curves are obtained by numerical integration of the electrodiffusion equation for ions within(More)
Evidence is presented for a simple model of the visual system, assuming that information processing is performed by Fechner type responses at all levels of neural interconnections. Red-green, yellow-blue and white-black opponentcolor responses are built up at the retinal level by linear algebraic summations of the logarithms of the excitation energies, that(More)
The steady-state current-voltage characteristics of biological membranes are analyzed by means of an application of the electrodiffusion theory to the passage of ions through “dielectric pores”, with orientable dipoles at the pore-water interfaces. A detailed evaluation of the electrostatic potential barrier shows, indeed, that the ions have practically no(More)
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