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Neural representations created in the absence of external sensory stimuli are referred to as imagery, and such representations may be augmented by reenactment of sensorimotor processes. We measured nasal airflow in human subjects while they imagined sights, sounds and smells, and only during olfactory imagery did subjects spontaneously enact the motor(More)
The distribution of ACh receptors (AChRs) in neuromuscular junctions of the frog cutaneous pectoris muscle has been investigated at various times after denervation, as the motor nerve regenerates to reinnervate the junctions. Original extent of synaptic gutter is judged by the distribution of ACh esterase, which is compared with the staining pattern of(More)
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