L I Limanskaia

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Human evoked potentials to somatosensory stimuli of non-painful and painful intensity recorded from the vertex have been studied. The indices of variability of N150 and P250 components registered in the same subject as well as indices of interrelationship between spontaneous changes of these components decreased when stimulus intensity increased. A(More)
Human evoked potentials (EP) to paired somatosensory pain stimuli were recorded from the vertex. Amplitude of the N150 and P250 components of the second EP decreased within 600-1000 ms interstimulus interval. The depression occurred was more intensive with an increase of the first (conditioning) stimulus strength. As a rule, depression of N150 component was(More)
Extra- and intracellular responses of pars principalis neurons in the medial geniculate body to stimulation of the first (AI), second (AII) and third (AIII) auditory cortex were studied in experiments on cats immobilized with d-tubocurarine. In geniculate neurons both antidromic (45-50%) and orthodromic (50-55%) reactions occurred in response to the(More)
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