Human realization of the nature of the cosmic mind appears to have been entailed by the biophysical reality of the circulation of energy within the human body, by the human's physiology with physical capacities embodied by bone, muscle, organs and excitable tissues
that regulate energy flow.
(7) Connexins and potassium channel proteins control key physiological processes in the heart and inner ear, demonstrating that similar electrically excitable tissues
are present in both localizations (8) which are considered to be the regulators of autonomic response.
Only excitable tissues
are able to generate action potentials that propagate from the point of origin to distant regions of the cell.
They give sodium tail currents with relatively long time constants, which may be the reason of their ability to act on the whole range of excitable tissues
(Hayes and Laws, 1991).
This professional's guide to the theory and practice of electrostimulation in therapeutic and experimental medical applications examines the neurological and muscular effects of electrical impulses on excitable tissues
. The volume begins with a detailed exposition of the theories behind electrostimulations and proceeds to outline a practical user's guide to the authors' complex computer modeling system.
This book summarizes the knowledge on metabolic transformation of carnosine in excitable tissues
of animals and human beings, and analyzes the nature of its biological activity.
zerumbet (OEAZ) is very active on excitable tissues
, such as smooth muscle, and in this study we verified its effects on the compound action potential (CAP) of rat sciatic nerve.