Early struggles with single-fiber electromyography.

@article{Ekstedt2002EarlySW,
  title={Early struggles with single-fiber electromyography.},
  author={Jan E Ekstedt},
  journal={Muscle & nerve. Supplement},
  year={2002},
  volume={11},
  pages={S5-14}
}
The development of single-fiber electromyography is described. This method, introduced in 1963, was met with doubts, and there were strong arguments that subunits, 10-30 synchronized muscle fibers, were in fact being recorded. The dispute ended in 1971, and single-fiber electromyography is now generally accepted.