A biased history of the physics of Neuro- and Cardiac Electrophysiology

@inproceedings{StarmerABH,
  title={A biased history of the physics of Neuro- and Cardiac Electrophysiology},
  author={C. Frank Starmer and Amanda L. Stead and Jim Wyngaarden and Joe Greenfield and Krinsky And Ivanitsky 's Leadership In and Pushchino}
}
ly, a cardiac and nerve cell is like a switch it has two states and it switches back and forth depending on external excitation or an internal oscillatory process. Thus, a computer synchronizer failure is an instance of a computational arrhythmia or more accurately a computation dysrhythmia where the coupling from time to time fails. It would be interesting… CONTINUE READING