Dynamic and static contributions to the rhythmic y activation of primary and secondary spindle endings in external intercostal muscle.

@article{Euler1966DynamicAS,
  title={Dynamic and static contributions to the rhythmic y activation of primary and secondary spindle endings in external intercostal muscle.},
  author={Curt von Euler and Giorgio Peretti},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1966},
  volume={187 3},
  pages={501-16}
}
1. In cats anaesthetized with sodium pentobarbital 160 external intercostal muscle spindle afferents were identified by their pause in response to ventral root stimulation; the internal intercostal muscle was denervated. 2. In order to assignate the afferents to either primary or secondary endings they were tested for their responsiveness to vibration (Bianconi & Van Der Meulen, 1963). The maximal frequency which they were able to follow regularly for at least four cycles, termed 'critical… CONTINUE READING
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