Correlative physiological and morphological studies of rapidly adapting mechanoreceptors in cat's glabrous skin.

@article{Iggo1977CorrelativePA,
  title={Correlative physiological and morphological studies of rapidly adapting mechanoreceptors in cat's glabrous skin.},
  author={A. Iggo and H. Ogawa},
  journal={The Journal of Physiology},
  year={1977},
  volume={266}
}
  • A. Iggo, H. Ogawa
  • Published 1977
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of Physiology
  • 1. A total of fifty‐four mechanoreceptor afferent units with fast conducting axons in the tibial nerve innervating the glabrous skin of the hind leg were isolated in anaesthetized cats. 2. Twenty‐six rapidly adapting units (RA), eighteen slowly adapting units (SA) and ten Pacinian corpuscle units (PC) were differentiated from each other mainly on the presence of the off response in RA and PC units to a ramp stimulation, the persistence of discharges of the SA units during steady pressure on the… CONTINUE READING
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