In article <76214 at netnews.upenn.edu> rowe at pender.ee.upenn.edu (Mickey Rowe) writes:
>Whoops, I forgot something else that I wanted to add.
>>In article <75178 at netnews.upenn.edu> pedro at mulab.physiol.upenn.edu> (maldonado) writes:
>>>In physiological (real) conditions, the highest rate are only up to
>>While this is a good rule of thumb, there are some cells that are
>known to be a bit faster. You might want to look into Renshaw Cells
>(in mammalian spinal cord). I think that they can respond at rates
>one or two magnitudes higher.
Actually, they fire in bursts starting at 1k Hz and sharply falling
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