Michael Uebner

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Activity-dependent processes in slowly conducting afferents have been shown to modulate conduction and receptive properties, but it is not known how the frequency of action potential firing determines the responses of such fibers to mechanical stimulation. We examined the responses of slowly conducting meningeal afferents to mechanical stimuli and the(More)
26 Activity-dependent processes in slowly conducting afferents have been shown to modulate 27 conduction and receptive properties but it is not known how the frequency of action potential 28 firing determines the responses of such fibres to mechanical stimulation. We examined the 29 responses of slowly conducting meningeal afferents to mechanical stimuli(More)
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