increase in electrode resistance
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Thu Mar 25 15:17:05 EST 2004
"r norman" <rsn_ at _comcast.net> wrote in message
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> I agree with Matt -- this type of question
> is really what the news group was intended for.
Yes, of course.
But nervous =system= function is also Neuroscience.
What I do is just 'unfamiliar' to folks who've been
trained in the 'normal' way.
I work on the overall Problem because no one else
works on the overall Problem, and the overall Prob-
lem =needs= to be Solved.
I Know there's great-worth in the work I do, and
that it benefits =everyone= who works in Neuro-
What better use is there for bionet.neuroscience?
Of course, Elizabeth's Query is smack in the
middle of the grind through which Neuroscience
advances at a detailed 'level'. And I enjoy reading
such discussions, too.
Cheers, Dr. Norman, ken [k. p. collins]
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