Amplitude of the maximum motor response (Mmax) in human muscles typically decreases during the course of an experiment

@article{Crone1999AmplitudeOT,
  title={Amplitude of the maximum motor response (Mmax) in human muscles typically decreases during the course of an experiment},
  author={Clarissa Crone and Lisa L. Johnsen and Hans R Hultborn and Gitte B {\O}rsnes},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={124},
  pages={265-270}
}
 It was shown that the amplitude of the soleus M max and H max responses decreases in the course of long-lasting H-reflex studies. The peak-to-peak amplitudes of the M max and H max responses in the soleus muscle (and the M max in the tibialis anterior muscle and small hand muscles) were measured repeatedly for 1–3 h in 20 subjects. 3–5 M max responses and 5–10 H max responses were elicited about every 3 min while the subject was at rest. Decreases in the soleus M max response of up to 50.5… CONTINUE READING
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