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2019-2020 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog


EGR 434 - Bioelectric Potentials

Study of mechanisms governing the generation of bioelectrical signals focusing on measurement and analysis techniques in nerve and muscle electrophysiology. Topics include excitable membranes, plasma membrane characteristics, origin of electrical membrane potentials, action potentials, voltage clamp experiments, impulse propagation, membrane biophysics, and cardiac arrhythmias. Cross-listed with EGR 534. EE elective. Offered fall semester. Prerequisites: EGR 323 and admitted to electrical or interdisciplinary engineering major.

Credits: 3



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