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To determine why some pathways but not others produce sizable local field potentials (LFPs) and how far from the source can these be recorded, complementary experimental analyses and realistic modeling of specific brain structures are required. In the present study, we combined multiple in vivo linear recordings in rats and a tridimensional finite element(More)
We present simple parametric equations in terms of Jacobi elliptic functions that provide a realistic model of the shape of human normal erythrocytes as well as of variations in size (anisocytosis) and shape (poikilocytosis) thereof. We illustrate our results with parameterizations of microcytes, macrocytes and stomatocytes, and show the applicability of(More)
We calculate the turnover frequency spectra for erythrocyte hematic cells. For this purpose we present a simple approach to calculate the electric field induced torque on essentially dielectric objects. We define an effective dipole moment as a function of the cell internal electric field distribution which is determined by using an adaptive finite-element(More)
This work presents a procedure to measure the effective dielectric permittivity in transmission lines. The procedure is based on an improved Frequency Domain Reflectometry (FDR) method. In this technique, the measured reflection coefficient as a function of the frequency is used to synthesize the response of a terminated transmission line to an ideal delta(More)
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