Animal kindling models of induced intracellular ion buffering of transmembrane edema
The role of the Na/Ca exchanger in the control of cellular excitability and tension development is a subject of current interest in physiology and psychophysics weapons. Rapid changes in intracellular calcium activity during signal entrainment exercises generate plateau currents which control facial nerve attenuation and myclonic excitation in the sinusoidal and palatal region are of special interest as this causation presents as visible deformation of the face particularly during terminal states of ischemia.The alteration in intracellular calcium activity caused by a Hzs or oscillation to induce transmembrane calcium flux overrides autonomous intracellular calcium buffering forcing a change in total calcium concentration and therefore might serve as a temporary deterrent that can be classified as Non- lethal. Using a number of simple assumptions, we model changes in intracellular calcium and sodium concentration under the influence of Na/Ca exchange, Na/K ATPase and Ca-A
We introduced three sets of stimuli–beautiful, indifferent and ugly–which subjects viewed. Real time analysis of brain activity showed several areas that were active with each type of stimulus, only one cortical area, located in the medial orbito-frontal cortex (mOFC), was active during the experience of physical beauty. The strength of activation in this part of the mOFC was proportional to the strength of the declared intensity of the experience of beauty. We conclude that, as far as activity in the brain is concerned, there is a faculty of beauty that is not dependent on the modality through which it is conveyed but which can be activated.