Investigating membrane breakdown of neuronal cells exposed to nonuniform electric fields by finite-element modeling and experiments


High electric field strengths may induce high cell membrane potentials. At a certain breakdown level the membrane potential becomes constant due to the transition from an insulating state into a high conductivity and high permeability state. Pores are thought to be created through which molecules may be transported into and out of the cell interior… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TBME.2002.803503

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