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Action potentials - some difficulty with laws of electrical circuitry

Eric Wassermann ewass at helix.nih.gov
Fri May 6 13:00:22 EST 1994

In article <chickie-050594215254 at girch45.med.uth.tmc.edu>,
chickie at girch1.med.uth.tmc.edu (chris hickie) wrote:
> In article <Bo2vERL.gokelly at delphi.com>, GREGORY C.O'KELLY
> <gokelly at delphi.com> wrote:
> > 
> > 	Action Potentials and saltatory conduction have long been 
> > method and axiom for the neursciences.  The theory behind them has 
> > been presented in detail by Dr. John Koester in chapters 6, 7, and 8 
> Care to give a better reference?  I can't *find* this book listed in either
> the Texas Medical Center Library or the National Library of Medicine.
> What year was it published?  Who published it? 
He would appear to be referring to _Principles of Neural Science_ by Kandel
and Schwartz.
> Coming soon to a journal near us, perhaps?  Will we see you in Miami
> in November?

I rather think not.

Eric Wassermann

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