Effects of small myelinated afferent fiber stimulation on the threshold of tail flick reflex in the rat.

@article{Tsuruoka1991EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of small myelinated afferent fiber stimulation on the threshold of tail flick reflex in the rat.},
  author={Masayoshi Tsuruoka and Noribumi Ishii and Tatsuo Kokubu and Yoichiro Matsui},
  journal={Showa Shigakkai zasshi = The Journal of Showa University Dental Society},
  year={1991},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={
          60-4
        }
}
Effects of A-delta afferent fiber stimulation on the response threshold in the tail flick reflex were examined in rats anesthetized with thiamylal sodium. In a statistical analysis, the suppressive effect on the skin temperature at the time of the tail flick (tail flick temperature) was represented as a percent of maximal possible effect (%MPE) expressing more clearly the degree of change of the tail flick temperature. A-delta afferent fiber stimulation produced a reduction of EMG activity of… CONTINUE READING

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