Original language | English (US) |
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Title of host publication | Mathematical aspects of physiology |

Editors | FC Hoppensteadt |

Place of Publication | Providence |

Publisher | American Mathematical Society |

Pages | 281-297 |

State | Published - 1981 |

### Publication series

Name | Lectures in Applied Math |
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Volume | 19 |

### Cite this

Rinzel, J. (1981). Models in neurobiology. In FC. Hoppensteadt (Ed.),

*Mathematical aspects of physiology*(pp. 281-297). (Lectures in Applied Math; Vol. 19). Providence: American Mathematical Society.**Models in neurobiology.** / Rinzel, John.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Rinzel, J 1981, Models in neurobiology. in FC Hoppensteadt (ed.),

*Mathematical aspects of physiology.*Lectures in Applied Math, vol. 19, American Mathematical Society, Providence, pp. 281-297.Rinzel J. Models in neurobiology. In Hoppensteadt FC, editor, Mathematical aspects of physiology. Providence: American Mathematical Society. 1981. p. 281-297. (Lectures in Applied Math).

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