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Single Pacinian corpuscles isolated from cat mesentery elicited fast-adapting responses and/or oscillation to displacement and vibratory stimuli at temperatures of 24-43 degrees C. The displacement threshold of oscillation increased by decreasing the temperature of the room or of the corpuscles to below 26 degrees C. Further cooling made the corpuscles(More)
  • A Aeba
  • Shika gakuho. Dental science reports
  • 1990
A sensory unit with one or two Pacinian corpuscles was isolated from cat mesentery and square wave mechanical stimulation (duration 5-10 sec), sinusoidal frequency stimulation (duration 4-130 sec, frequency 0.06-300 Hz) and ramp mechanical stimulation (duration 5-10 sec) were applied to the Pacinian corpuscles. When the temperature exceeded 27 degrees C,(More)
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