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Experimental coupling of crab (Carcinus maenas) second maxilla neural motor to an alternating current.


Pilkington JB.
PMID: 991988
Experientia. 1976 Nov 15;32(11):1435-7. doi: 10.1007/BF01937418.

Movements of the crab gill bailer were entrained to an alternating current applied to the thoracic ganglion. There was little distortion of the muscle recruitment cycle, both absolute and relative coordination were observed, and the phase of the driven...

Motor conduction velocity and the Hoffman reflex in diabetes.

Revue d'electroencephalographie et de neurophysiologie clinique

Duday H, Daprés G, Georgesco M.
PMID: 594459
Rev Electroencephalogr Neurophysiol Clin. 1977 Apr-Jun;7(2):180-6. doi: 10.1016/s0370-4475(77)80077-4.

The motor conduction velocity (MCV) and various parameters of the Hoffman reflex were studied in 55 diabetics compared to a control population of the same age. In the diabetics there were statistically significant alterations of the MCV, the Hmax/Mmax...

Lack of fixed order of recruitment in cat motoneuron pools.

Experimental brain research

Waldron I, Wachtel GM.
PMID: 4366200
Exp Brain Res. 1974;20(2):101-14. doi: 10.1007/BF00234005.

No abstract available.

The mechanical properties of human motor units with special reference to their fatiguability and recruitment threshold.

Brain research

Stephens JA, Usherwood TP.
PMID: 851876
Brain Res. 1977 Apr 08;125(1):91-7. doi: 10.1016/0006-8993(77)90361-4.

The recruitment thresholds, twitch tension, twitch contraction time and fatiguability of human motor units have been studied in the first dorsal interosseous of the hand. Units recruited at contraction strengths less than 50 g had relatively low twitch tensions...

[Pattern of recruitment of phrenic motor neurons].

Journal de physiologie

Hilaire G, Monteau R, Dussardier M.
PMID: 4354079
J Physiol (Paris). 1972;64(5):457-78.

No abstract available.

Temporal organization of crayfish escape behavior: delayed recruitment of peripheral inhibition.

Journal of neurophysiology

Wine JJ, Mistick DC.
PMID: 886374
J Neurophysiol. 1977 Jul;40(4):904-25. doi: 10.1152/jn.1977.40.4.904.

No abstract available.

Spinal neuronal inhibition and EEG synchrony by electrical stimulation in subcortical forebrain regions of the cat.

Experimental brain research

Siegel J, Morton CR, Sandkühler J, Xiao HM, Zimmermann M.
PMID: 3709719
Exp Brain Res. 1986;62(2):363-72. doi: 10.1007/BF00238856.

In cats anaesthetized with sodium pentobarbital and 70% N2O, single lumbar dorsal horn neurons were excited by controlled noxious radiant heating of glabrous hindpaw skin. The EEG was recorded from the pericruciate cortex and posterior lateral gyrus. Subcortical forebrain...

Firing rate and recruitment order of toe extensor motor units in different modes of voluntary conraction.

The Journal of physiology

Grimby L, Hannerz J.
PMID: 845828
J Physiol. 1977 Jan;264(3):865-79. doi: 10.1113/jphysiol.1977.sp011699.
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1. The discharge properties of individual motor units in different modes of voluntary contraction were studied with electromyographic techniques in the short toe extensor muscle of normal man. 2. The short toe extensor muscle consisted of type I and...

Vibration of human limb muscles: the alleged phase-locking of motor unit spikes.

Brain research

Godaux E, Desmedt JE, Demaret P.
PMID: 1182511
Brain Res. 1975 Dec 12;100(1):175-7. doi: 10.1016/0006-8993(75)90255-3.

No abstract available.

Electrocochleography and recruitment.

The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology

Eggermont JJ.
PMID: 848824
Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol. 1977 Mar-Apr;86(2):138-49. doi: 10.1177/000348947708600202.

Electrocochleography was performed in about 80 recruiting ears, including Ménière ears showing hearing loss due to asphyxia, noise trauma, or the use of ototoxic drugs. Criteria for recruitment detection on the basis of electrocochleography were investigated by means of...

Analysis of five tests commonly used in determining the ability to control single motor units.

American journal of physical medicine

Johnson CP.
PMID: 937518
Am J Phys Med. 1976 Jun;55(3):113-21.

A correlation regression analysis was used to analyze five individual test and two types of scores in terms of their predictive value in determining overall performance in single motor unit (SMU) control. Fine wire electrodes were inserted into the...

Initiation and propagation of epileptogenic foci.

Advances in neurology

Goldensohn ES.
PMID: 814797
Adv Neurol. 1975;11:141-62.

No abstract available.

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