B M Calancie

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The purpose of this study was to examine whether a microneurography electrode could record from and then selectively stimulate the same afferent fiber in cat sural and tibial nerves. Fiber activity was recorded distally with microneurography needle electrodes and proximally with hook electrodes. Records from the hook electrodes allowed the waveform shape(More)
Small, random length changes were applied to bundles of intact fibers from rat and mouse extensor digitorum longus (EDL) and soleus muscles, while they were being tetanically stimulated. With increasing frequency of length changes, EDL muscle stiffness (tension change per unit change in length) increased, then decreased and increased again. The decrease was(More)
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