Functional classification of afferent phrenic nerve fibres and diaphragmatic receptors in cats.

@article{Bakowiec1995FunctionalCO,
  title={Functional classification of afferent phrenic nerve fibres and diaphragmatic receptors in cats.},
  author={A Bałkowiec and Krzysztof Kukuła and Paweł Szulczyk},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={483 ( Pt 3)},
  pages={
          759-68
        }
}
1. Single afferent fibres with receptive fields in the diaphragm (272 units) dissected from the right phrenic nerve were classified according to the following properties: reaction to contraction of the diaphragm, resting activity, conduction velocity, location and properties of receptive fields, and reaction to injection of bradykinin and lactic acid into the internal thoracic artery. Nine additional fibres dissected from the phrenic nerve had receptive fields outside the diaphragm. The… CONTINUE READING

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