A Mitsányi

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The incidence and patterns of blood pressure reflexes elicited by sustained (3--4 min) low intensity electric stimulation (0.5--4 V, 0.1 ms, 4 Hz) of cutaneous and muscular afferents of high or low spinal segmental input levels were investigated in immobilized (gallamine) and artificially ventilated conscious or anaesthesized (chloralose-urethan) cats. In a(More)
Blood pressure (BP) reflexes and contractions of the nicitating membrane (NM) elicited by sustained (60 sec) stimulation of the sciatic nerve have been simultaneously recorded in gallamine immobilized conscious cats and following the administration of chloralose-urethane (50 and 300 mg/kg, respectively). By varying the stimulation parameters in a wide(More)
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