In article <6vd3d6$nsi$2 at hecate.umd.edu>, didier at Glue.umd.edu (Didier A.
>cpandora at home.com wrote:
> : damage). One sub-question I would like answered is what resistance does
> : human neural tissue have?
>> I ran into this problem when we tried to model evoked potentials measured by
> a micro-electrode array in terms of underlying dipoles. We found the
> resistance and other properties in an _old_ book on electroencephalography
> from the 30's.
LA Geddes, LE Baker. "The specific resistance of biological material - A
compendium of data for the biomedical engineer and physiologist", Med.
Biol. Eng., 5, 1967, p 271-293
FA Duck. "Physical properties of tissue", Academic Press, 1990.
If I recall, however, the resistivities in Duck come mainly from the
paper by Geddes and Baker. I could have mis-remembered that however.
Geddes & Baker are commonly referenced in modelling work in my
experience. I fancy, however, that now could be time to expand their
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