Effects of intrathecally administered pentobarbital and naloxone on the activity evoked in ascending axons of the rat spinal cord by stimulation of afferent A and C fibres

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The effects of intrathecally administered pentobarbital and naloxone on activity in ascending axons were determined in decerebrate rats with the spinal cord transected at the lower thoracic level. Activity in ascending axons of the spinal cord was recorded below the site of transection and evoked by electrical stimulation of afferent Aβ, Aδ or C fibres in… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00497665

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