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How is membrane capacitance related to the increased speed of saltatory conduction?
Here is the original question which inspired my question below. As explained by the answers there, the reason saltatory conduction in myelinated neurons is faster than non-myelinated conduction is ...
Dec 15 '13 at 14:55
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