The Squid and the Electric Current: Remembering the Work of a Brain Pioneer - PBS

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    5 The Squid and the Electric Current: Remembering the Work of a Brain Pioneer
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    7 [SIZE=-1]In the late 1940s, Sir Andrew Huxley and Sir Alan Hodgkin teased a nerve cell from an Atlantic squid, placed it into a seawater bath and zapped it with currents. Then, with the data, they built a mathematical model that explained, for the first time, ...[/SIZE]
    8 [SIZE=-1]Sir Andrew Huxley dies at 94; Nobel-winning physiologist[SIZE=-1]Los Angeles Times[/SIZE][/SIZE]
    9 [SIZE=-1]Andrew Huxley, Nobel-Winning Physiologist, Dies at 94[SIZE=-1]Pittsburgh Post Gazette[/SIZE][/SIZE]
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