Synchronization of Bioelectric Oscillations in Networks of Non-Excitable Cells From Single-Cell to Multicellular States

They explain that biological networks use collective oscillations (like oscillatory membrane potentials) for information processing tasks. They try to describe theoretically the oscillatory spatio-temporal patterns that emerge at the multicellular level from the single-cell bioelectric dynamics. They describe the spatio-temporal patterns that arise when the average electric potential allows groups of cells act as a coordinated multicellular patch resulting synchronization phenomena, among other issues.

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