Physics of Biology

   

The Dynamics of Action Potential: the Bioelectromagnetized Interaction Created by Cell Biology (I)

Authors: HaiYing Shen

The bioelectric excitation of action potential is the essential character of the living state of eukaryotic organisms, and it is the principal groundwork of physiology. The science and technology are advancing with the progress of the times, however, the principle on action potential remain stalled at the apparent cognition of last century due to the restriction of that era. Based on the highly developed molecular cell biology researches, this work brings insight into the endogenous mechanism of action potential, detects the every detail of this dynamic system: the physical and chemical attributes of each participant and the prerequisites of layout; and especially, focuses on the intrinsic relation and interaction in it. It gives the bran-new presentation on action potential mechanism and its physical and chemical regulation, and importantly, investigates the in-depth insight on the principle of dynamic homeostasis performed by action potential.

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[v1] 2017-11-17 01:18:35
[v2] 2017-11-17 02:05:35
[v3] 2017-12-04 21:20:54

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