I N Remizov

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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)
Spontaneous electrical activity correlated to cardiac rhythm has been recorded with electrodes placed on the surface of the human arm or using the rabbit hindlimb. The signal-to-noise ratio has been improved using record averaging synchronized with the ECG. The recorded activity in man is a slow negative wave of sinusoid-like shape with a mean peak(More)
Spontaneous electrical activity was recorded by a two-channel amplifier from the intact splanchnic nerve of the dog in chronic experiments using the method of coherent recording. In the channel which picked up the action potentials first as they propagated, all pulses were delayed for the time interval which the action potentials needed to reach the other(More)
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)
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)
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