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Hyperpolarization is a change in a cell's membrane potential that makes it more negative. It is the opposite of a depolarization.
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4.3 Hyperpolarization ("undershoot") 4.4 Refractory period. 5 Propagation ... and the balancing outward potassium current (repolarization/ hyperpolarizat ion) ...
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Aspects of the topic hyperpolarization are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References function in nervous systems ( in nervous system (anatomy): The neuronal membrane ) ...of the plasma membrane has a negative charge compared to the outside, the neuron is said to be polarized. Any change in membrane potential tending to make the...
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Definition of hyperpolarize from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio ... Learn more about "hyperpolarization" and related topics at Britannica.com ...
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... A variety of techniques are known in the art for providing hyperpolarization. ... By way of further example, hyperpolarization may be transferred to the target ...
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A simple kind of learning involving a loss of sensitivity to unimportant stimuli, ... The average time required for the disappearance or ... hyperpolarization ...
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Christian Hilty's group web site ... Hyperpolarization ... Hyperpolarization of nuclear spins is the most powerful method of signal ...
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Several studies have described membrane hyperpolarization in granulosa cells. ... Thus, membrane hyperpolarization may be a mechanism controlling steroid ...
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A family of hyperpolarization-activated mammalian cation channels. ... This current is activated on hyperpolarization of the plasma membrane. ...
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... while repolarization and hyperpolarization arise from an outward rush of ... The duration of the hyperpolarization determines a nerve's refractory period ...
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Scientists discover the important role that voltage changes across ... For example, hyperpolarization, in which the difference between the interior and ...
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Hyperpolarization reduced and depolarization increased the 5-HTH; the mean ... Hyperpolarization of the membrane decreased or caused no apparent change in 5-HTD. ...
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The hyperpolarization was reversible on removal of CO2/HCO from the perfusion medium. ... A statistically significant hyperpolarization on exposure to CO2/ HCO was ...
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We have previously reported that electrical stimulation delivered to the ventral part of the pedunculopontine ... The membrane hyperpolarization persisted for ...
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... blocking h currents (hyperpolarization-activated cationic currents) with ... is consistent with Cs+-induced hyperpolarization under a current-clamp condition. ...
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Neurons expressing a strong hyperpolarization-activated, time-independent inward ... to illustrate a prominent hyperpolarization-activated and time-dependent ...
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