The components of membrane conductance in the giant axon of Loligo

  title={The components of membrane conductance in the giant axon of Loligo},
  author={Alan Lloyd Hodgkin and Andrew Fielding Huxley},
  journal={The Journal of Physiology},

Persistent oscillations in the Aplysia bag cell network

A model for the electrical activity of the Aplysia bag cell neuron is constructed based on experimental data and verifies calcium as a viable driver for use-dependence, as well as exploring different topologies in a 100-neuron network, including a ring topology, a cluster ringTopology, and a randomly-connected scatter network.


Changes in spike configuration and in the inward and outward currents of voltage-clamped axons agree in indicating that the increases in permeability to sodium and potassium ions during activity are

Monotone one-port circuits

periodic input signals are shown to be mapped to periodic output signals, and these input-output behav-iors can be computed using a maximal monotone splitting algorithm, which decomposes the computation according to the circuit topology.

Micro-structures for morphology guiding and signal recording of neuronal cells: towards an integrated platform

Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade do Porto Departamento de Fı́sica e Astronomia MSc. Engineering Physics Micro-structures for morphology guiding and signal recording of neuronal cells: towards an

Third order time and frequency domain and mutual information analyses for neuronal spike trains

This project develops two approaches for statistical signal processing to analyse Multielectrode Array (MEA) data using a Unified framework of Third Order time and frequency domain analysis (UTO) and a Mutual Information Function (MIF).

Alternative Models to Hodgkin–Huxley Equations

  • B. Deng
  • Biology
    Bulletin of mathematical biology
  • 2017
It is demonstrated that the model is capable of re-establishing the Nernst resting potentials, explicitly exhibiting the all-or-nothing firing mechanism, and filling the long-lasting theoretical gap by a unified theory on ion channel activation and voltage-gating.

Intermittency in the Hodgkin-Huxley model

The Hodgkin-Huxley spatially extended model, describing propagation of action potential along axons, shows the existence of type I intermittency and a new type of chaotic intermittency, as well as space propagating regular and chaotic diffusion waves.

Non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation effects on the action potential in human arm electrical model

There are significance effects of EM radiation towards the AP in human nervous system in relation to GSM phone radiation towards action potentials (AP) in nerve fibres.