Early Post-tetanic Potentiation and Low Frequency Depression of Some Group I Reflex Actions

@article{Wilson1958EarlyPP,
  title={Early Post-tetanic Potentiation and Low Frequency Depression of Some Group I Reflex Actions},
  author={Victor J. Wilson},
  journal={The Journal of General Physiology},
  year={1958},
  volume={41},
  pages={1005 - 1018}
}
Group I reflex functions, namely monosynaptic reflex transmission, facilitation of synergists, and direct and disynaptic inhibition, show early post-tetanic potentiation following conditioning with a brief, high frequency, tetanus. Of these reflex functions, monosynaptic transmission always shows low frequency depression. Direct inhibitory pathways, and… CONTINUE READING