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In records of tracheal pressure or flow taken from anesthetized cats appear large pressure-negative, or air inflow excursions, in response to single pulses applied to the central end of the vagus nerve. These responses have been attributed to phasic bronchodilation and not only due to the brief contractions of inspiratory muscles that occur as part of the(More)
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