Radio Wave Induced Firing Of Neurons Through Ca2+ Channel Manipulation

In summary, neurons can be induced to fire by manipulating the Ca2+ channels through certain radio wave frequencies, resulting in an internal/external charge differential. Further insight into this phenomenon can be found by referencing the text book or paper that states this.
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Can neurons be induced to fire by manipulating the Ca2+ channels via radio wave electromagnetic energy?
I’ve read that the Ca2+ channels in neurons can be manipulated through the use of certain radio wave frequencies. And the resulting internal/external charge differential will cause the neurons to fire.
Does anyone have any more insight into that?
 
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Orions100 said:
TL;DR Summary: Can neurons be induced to fire by manipulating the Ca2+ channels via radio wave electromagnetic energy?

I’ve read that the Ca2+ channels in neurons can be manipulated through the use of certain radio wave frequencies. And the resulting internal/external charge differential will cause the neurons to fire.
Does anyone have any more insight into that?
Can you cite the text book and or paper that states this so pf can read in context?
 
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