This animation presents the ionic and molecular phenomena involved in the unidirectional propagation of an action potential along an amyelenic axon.
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An action potential is a sudden, temporary inversion of a neuron’s membrane potential, resulting from a preliminary stimulation (of threshold value). The action potential propagates itself through…
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