PMID: 5909786Mar 18, 1966

Fluctuations of resting neural membrane potential

H E Derksen, A A Verveen


The menmbrane potential of myelinated axons in the resting state shows fluctuations for which the power per cycle of bandwidth is inversely proportional to frequency between I and 10,000 radians per second. Reduction of potassiulm ion flux leads to a decrease in noise power.


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