Depressive effect of high frequency peripheral conditioning stimulation upon the nociceptive component of the human blink reflex. Lack of naloxone effect

@article{Willer1982DepressiveEO,
  title={Depressive effect of high frequency peripheral conditioning stimulation upon the nociceptive component of the human blink reflex. Lack of naloxone effect},
  author={Jean Claude Willer and Agn{\`e}s Roby and Philippe Boulu and D. Albe-fessard},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1982},
  volume={239},
  pages={322-326}
}
High frequency (100 Hz) low intensity (2 mA) peripheral conditioning stimulation of either segmental or heterosegmental cutaneous nerves induced non-naloxone-reversible depression of the nociceptive component of the human blink reflex. Electrophysiological studies suggest that this depression is due to a local synaptic inhibitory mechanism involving convergence interactions between several cutaneous afferents onto a same internuncial pool in the trigemino-facial path. 
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