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Inspiratory central drive is augmented by acute hypoxia that leads to a hyperventilation, but it is inhibited by capsaicin (Cap)-induced stimulation of pulmonary C fibers (PCFs) that produces an expiratory apnea. We hypothesized that acute hypoxia should shorten or eliminate the Cap-induced apnea. The ventilatory responses to bolus injection of Cap (0.2-0.5(More)
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