I. N. Remizov

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Spontaneous electrical activity was recorded with a six channel amplifier from the intact vagal nerve (cervical area) of the cat in acute experiments. The records obtained were summated using different delays between them induced by a computer for differentiation of the afferent activity from the efferent one and estimation of the proper conduction(More)
The electrical potentials recorded from human forearm were stored and averaged as synchronous with the cardiac rhythm. The R-wave of the ECG was used to synchronize the averaging system. The record obtained with this technique from human forearm during transient stop of blood flow to avoid mechanical artifacts was a sinusoid-like curve with peaks between(More)
Natural electrical activity in the left greater splanchnic nerve during feeding was studied in chronic experiments on dogs. The method of separation of coherent components in pulsed form was used to analyze the discharges: Recording from the nerve was carried out at two points; activity was delayed by the time for its conduction along the nerve between the(More)
The method of r ecord ing f r o m the whole ne rve by means of implanted e lec t rodes is nowadays used to study the natura l act ivi ty of pe r iphe ra l ne rve f i be r s . Separat ion of the flow of impulses in different d i rec t ions is achieved by the use of a cold [2] o r e l ec t r i c a l [1] block. The disadvantage of these methods is that i n t e(More)
Tonic electrical activity of afferent fibres of intact vagus nerve was studied in cats using the method of coincidence of recorded action potentials. It was found that tonically active afferent fibres of the intact vagus nerve of the cat had conduction velocity 8-65 m/s. Two groups of fibres conducting the most intensive impulsation from the pulmonary(More)
The patterns of tonic activity in the neurons of rabbit superior cervical ganglion at rest and during noxious stimulation of the skin were studied using intracellular recording. According to reflex changes in the activity patterns, all neurons studied were classified into three groups. Cardiac rhythmicity is more pronounced in the neurons of the second type(More)
On neurons of the superior cervical ganglion of 3-week-old rats, we studied the mechanism underlying the blocking effect of mecamylamine on transmembrane currents evoked by iontophoretic application of acetylcholine (ACh currents); these currents were recorded with the use of a patch-clamp technique in the whole-cell configuration. The IC50 of the above(More)