Ionic mechanisms of post spike excitability changes during high-frequency firing rates

Ionic mechanisms of post spike excitability changes during high-frequency firing rates References[1]Krishnan AV, Kiernan MC. Altered nerve excitability properties in established diabetic neuropathy. Brain 2005;128:1178–87.10.1093/brain/awh47615758031Krishnan AVKiernan MCAltered nerve excitability properties in established diabetic neuropathyBrain2005128117887[2]Tigerholm J, Petersson ME, Obreja O, Lampert A, Carr R, Schmelz M, Fransén EA. Modelling activity-dependent changes of axonal spike conduction in primary afferent C-nociceptors. J Neurophysiol 2013 [Epub ahead of print, Dec 26].Tigerholm JPetersson MEObreja OLampert ACarr RSchmelz MFransén EAModelling activity-dependent changes of axonal spike conduction in primary afferent C-nociceptorsJ Neurophysiol2013[Epub ahead of print, Dec 26] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Scandinavian Journal of Pain de Gruyter

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References[1]Krishnan AV, Kiernan MC. Altered nerve excitability properties in established diabetic neuropathy. Brain 2005;128:1178–87.10.1093/brain/awh47615758031Krishnan AVKiernan MCAltered nerve excitability properties in established diabetic neuropathyBrain2005128117887[2]Tigerholm J, Petersson ME, Obreja O, Lampert A, Carr R, Schmelz M, Fransén EA. Modelling activity-dependent changes of axonal spike conduction in primary afferent C-nociceptors. J Neurophysiol 2013 [Epub ahead of print, Dec 26].Tigerholm JPetersson MEObreja OLampert ACarr RSchmelz MFransén EAModelling activity-dependent changes of axonal spike conduction in primary afferent C-nociceptorsJ Neurophysiol2013[Epub ahead of print, Dec 26]

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