Computer simulation of biological nano-generator functions

O. M. Klyuchko, D. Yu. Sheremet


The results of our program modeling of biological “molecular current generator” are described. Simulation was done on the base of our experimental studying of electrical currents through molecular channel-receptor complex in membrane of natural brain neurons


Program model; brain; neuron; molecular current generator; nanostructure


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