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The what and where of adding channel noise to the HodgkinHuxley equations, by Joshua H. Goldwyn and Eric SheaBrown, PLoS COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY Volume: 7, Issue: 11, Article Number: e1002247, November, 2011.

Langevin theory of fluctuations in the discrete Boltzmann equation, by M Gross, M E Cates, F Varnik, and R Adhikari, Journal Of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, P03030, March, 2011.

Heinz R. Pagels' book review of Order Out of Chaos in Physics Today 1985.

