L N Stolin

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Under conditions of routine experiment stimulation of the central cut end of the intercostal nerve evoked reflex discharges simultaneously in several intercostal nerves of the same and contralateral side of the thorax. No reciprocity in these reflexes was noted. In the present experiments it was shown (that in unanesthetised spinal cats the reflex(More)
Hypoxia evoked by mechanical asphyxia first of all disturbs the generation of potentials in pyramidal tract neurons. Hypoxic work, therefore, causes inadequate contraction of somatic muscles, a difficulty in work performance and respiratory discomfort. Concurrently, the disturbance of the pyramidal tract disinhibits the respiratory center of the brain stem(More)
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