Discharge properties of upper airway motor units during wakefulness and sleep.

Abstract

Upper airway muscle motoneurons, as assessed at the level of the motor unit, have a range of different discharge patterns, varying as to whether their activity is modulated in phase with the respiratory cycle, are predominantly inspiratory or expiratory, or are phasic as opposed to tonic. Two fundamental questions raised by this observation are: how are… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-444-63488-7.00004-5

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@article{Trinder2014DischargePO, title={Discharge properties of upper airway motor units during wakefulness and sleep.}, author={John Trinder and Amy S Jordan and Christian Luke Nicholas}, journal={Progress in brain research}, year={2014}, volume={212}, pages={59-75} }