The Physiology of Excitable Cells

Front Cover
Cambridge University Press, Sep 3, 1998 - Medical - 477 pages
1 Review
The fourth edition of this highly successful text has been extensively revised and restructured to take account of the many recent advances in the field. The classic observations of recent years can now be interpreted with the powerful new techniques of molecular biology. Consequently, there is much new material throughout the book, including many new illustrations and extensive references to recent work. The text's essential philosophy remains the same, however: it clearly explains fundamental concepts, and examines key experiments in detail. This thorough and clearly written textbook will be valuable for students of physiology, neuroscience, cell biology and biophysics.
  

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

IV
3
V
5
VI
6
VII
8
VIII
9
IX
10
XI
13
XII
16
LX
169
LXI
171
LXII
173
LXIII
183
LXIV
192
LXV
193
LXVI
198
LXVII
201

XIII
19
XIV
20
XV
21
XVI
25
XVII
26
XVIII
29
XIX
31
XX
33
XXI
35
XXII
37
XXIII
40
XXIV
42
XXV
43
XXVI
46
XXVII
49
XXVIII
52
XXIX
54
XXX
55
XXXI
56
XXXII
57
XXXIII
67
XXXIV
68
XXXV
70
XXXVI
71
XXXVII
76
XXXVIII
84
XXXIX
91
XL
101
XLI
105
XLII
107
XLIII
108
XLIV
118
XLV
120
XLVI
125
XLVII
129
XLVIII
137
XLIX
140
L
145
LI
146
LII
149
LIII
153
LIV
154
LV
156
LVI
161
LVII
164
LVIII
165
LIX
167
LXVIII
206
LXIX
212
LXX
214
LXXI
215
LXXII
217
LXXIII
220
LXXIV
223
LXXV
225
LXXVI
227
LXXVII
228
LXXVIII
231
LXXIX
238
LXXX
239
LXXXI
240
LXXXII
248
LXXXIII
254
LXXXIV
259
LXXXV
264
LXXXVI
268
LXXXVII
276
LXXXVIII
279
LXXXIX
291
XC
297
XCI
301
XCII
307
XCIII
313
XCIV
314
XCV
316
XCVI
321
XCVII
323
XCVIII
324
XCIX
329
C
331
CI
336
CII
338
CIII
348
CIV
361
CV
372
CVI
380
CVII
383
CVIII
385
CIX
393
CX
399
CXI
405
CXII
409
CXIII
469
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

References to this book

All Book Search results »

About the author (1998)

David J. Aidley was Senior Fellow in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of East Anglia, Norwich.

Bibliographic information