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Characteristics of the acupuncture point in producing acupuncture analgesia (AA) were examined by the inhibition of noxious responses in the brain stem reticular formation, potentials, and neuronal activity in the dorsal periaqueductal central gray (D-PAG), and analgesia caused by low frequency stimulation of the acupuncture point. As a result, stimulation(More)
Acupuncture analgesia (AA), caused by low-frequency stimulation of an acupuncture point (AP)--in this case the tibial muscle--was augmented. Nonacupuncture analgesia (NAA), caused under certain circumstances by stimulation of a nonacupuncture point (NAP)--in this case the abdominal muscle--was unmasked by lesion in the lateral centromedian nucleus of the(More)
Twinning plays an important role in phase transformations and can have significant effects on microstructural evolution. Different roles of twinning in the development of microstructures during precipitation and phase transformations are reviewed and illustrated with examples from investigations by high-resolution electron microscopy, including the effect(More)
Depending on deformed canonical anti-commutation relations, massless neu-trino oscillation based on Lorentz invariance violation in non-commutative Field Theory is discussed. It is found that the previous studies about massless neutrino oscillation within deformed canonical anti-commutation relations should satisfy the condition of new Moyal product and new(More)
Antiserum of methionine-enkephalin (Met-Enk) applied intrathecally abolished acupuncture analgesia (AA) caused by low frequency stimulation of an acupuncture point (tibial muscle, APS) of rats, but antisera of leucine-enkephalin (Leu-Enk) and dynorphin (Dyn) did not. Antiserum of Dyn applied intrathecally abolished analgesia (NAA) produced by stimulation of(More)
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