Comparison of fiber diameter distributions deduced by modeling compound action potentials recorded by extracellular and suction techniques.

@article{Dalkilic2002ComparisonOF,
  title={Comparison of fiber diameter distributions deduced by modeling compound action potentials recorded by extracellular and suction techniques.},
  author={Nizamettin Dalkilic and Ferit Pehlivan},
  journal={The International journal of neuroscience},
  year={2002},
  volume={112 8},
  pages={913-30}
}
In this study, the extracellular and suction techniques, used widely to record compound action potentials (CAP), were compared in respect to their ability to deduce fiber diameter distribution (FDD). Fiber diameter distribution derived by applying the deconvolution model to CAP depends not only on the modeling but also on the recording techniques. The FDDs determined by these two techniques were compared with that predicted by histological means. In our model study, a waveform for single fiber… CONTINUE READING

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