However, almost 100 % apoptotic morphology, mitochondrial depolarization
, and [H.
Besides, the inhibition of the mitochondrial respiratory chain described above by decavanadate can lead to sustained mitochondrial depolarization
which is lethal for cells demanding a high supply of metabolic energy.
The first test case regards the pulse propagation inside a dispersive medium described by the Maxwell-Garnet model, the linear filling factor function, and the depolarization
This is the thermally stimulated depolarization
step of a TSDC experiment, in which the sample returns to the equilibrium state.
discovered that depolarization
of cerebellar Purkinje cells induces transient suppression of inhibitory inputs to the depolarized cells.
The fast sodium channels are responsible for the rapid depolarization
(phase 0) of fast-response cardiac action potentials.
Furthermore, CRF increases neuronal excitability via CRF2 receptors and membrane depolarization
The mean electrical axis (MEA) of ventricular depolarization
was calculated in the frontal plane by the vector method with leads II and III.
THE QUANTUM STOKES OPERATORS AND THE DEGREE OF DEPOLARIZATION
curve is a part of the hysteresis loop between the points (0, [D.
The ECG in standard leads is not informative enough for estimating initial phase of atrial depolarization
The potentials shown in each of the figures include the native potential (Ecorr), the on- and off-potentials, the "decayed-off" potential (potential measured during depolarization
), and the "rest potential" (potential when depolarization
becomes steady), or the polarization growth or decay and the IR drop.