Temperature effects on the properties of the Hodgkin-Huxley propagated action potential model determined by computed solutions and phase-plane analysis.

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The equation for membrane potential (V) of the squid giant axon or some muscle cells, which is the heart of the Hodgkin-Huxley model for the action potential, can be written in three ways: first, as a partial differential equation in time and space; second, as an ordinary differential equation in time, assuming uniform wave propagation for the action… (More)

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@article{Portela1978TemperatureEO, title={Temperature effects on the properties of the Hodgkin-Huxley propagated action potential model determined by computed solutions and phase-plane analysis.}, author={Adolfo Portela and G Vasallo and Marco C. Campi and M I Guardado and P. A. Stewart and Alvaro L. Gimeno and Howard Peter Jenerick and Thomas C. Rozzell}, journal={Acta physiologica latino americana}, year={1978}, volume={28 6}, pages={271-307} }