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A statistical theory of an excitable membrane is proposed under the assumptions that the membrane is composed of an ensemble of a number of active patches, and that the flip-flop transition of an active patch is governed by the dissipative interaction caused by an electric eddy current. By the method of expanding the master equation in the system size together with the Gaussian approximation, the time course of an excitation and the steady N-shaped relation between current and voltage are derived from the ensemble theory of open systems. The fluctuation of electric current under a fixed voltage becomes anomalously large in the marginal state at the threshold potential. The fluctuation associated with an action potential increases sharply at the jump-up transition, but it is not so large at the flip-back catastrophe. The fluctuation-dissipation relation at the steady state of the membrane system is discussed on the basis of a variational principle.

元の言語 | English |
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ページ（範囲） | 129-139 |

ページ数 | 11 |

ジャーナル | Journal of Statistical Physics |

巻 | 15 |

発行部数 | 2 |

DOI | |

出版物ステータス | Published - 1976 8 |

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*Journal of Statistical Physics*,

*15*(2), 129-139. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01012032

**A statistical theory of excitable membranes. Nonlinear force-flux relation and fluctuation.** / Aizawa, Yoji; Kobatake, Yonosuke.

研究成果: Article

*Journal of Statistical Physics*, 巻. 15, 番号 2, pp. 129-139. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01012032

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T1 - A statistical theory of excitable membranes. Nonlinear force-flux relation and fluctuation

AU - Aizawa, Yoji

AU - Kobatake, Yonosuke

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N2 - A statistical theory of an excitable membrane is proposed under the assumptions that the membrane is composed of an ensemble of a number of active patches, and that the flip-flop transition of an active patch is governed by the dissipative interaction caused by an electric eddy current. By the method of expanding the master equation in the system size together with the Gaussian approximation, the time course of an excitation and the steady N-shaped relation between current and voltage are derived from the ensemble theory of open systems. The fluctuation of electric current under a fixed voltage becomes anomalously large in the marginal state at the threshold potential. The fluctuation associated with an action potential increases sharply at the jump-up transition, but it is not so large at the flip-back catastrophe. The fluctuation-dissipation relation at the steady state of the membrane system is discussed on the basis of a variational principle.

AB - A statistical theory of an excitable membrane is proposed under the assumptions that the membrane is composed of an ensemble of a number of active patches, and that the flip-flop transition of an active patch is governed by the dissipative interaction caused by an electric eddy current. By the method of expanding the master equation in the system size together with the Gaussian approximation, the time course of an excitation and the steady N-shaped relation between current and voltage are derived from the ensemble theory of open systems. The fluctuation of electric current under a fixed voltage becomes anomalously large in the marginal state at the threshold potential. The fluctuation associated with an action potential increases sharply at the jump-up transition, but it is not so large at the flip-back catastrophe. The fluctuation-dissipation relation at the steady state of the membrane system is discussed on the basis of a variational principle.

KW - action potential

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KW - N-shaped I-V relation

KW - Onsager principle

KW - open system

KW - system-size expansion

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