In vivo magnetic and electric recordings from nerve bundles and single motor units in mammalian skeletal muscle. Correlations with muscle force

@article{Gielen1991InVM,
  title={In vivo magnetic and electric recordings from nerve bundles and single motor units in mammalian skeletal muscle. Correlations with muscle force},
  author={Frans L. H. Gielen and Raquel Friedman and John P. Wikswo},
  journal={The Journal of General Physiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={98},
  pages={1043 - 1061}
}
Recent advances in the technology of recording magnetic fields associated with electric current flow in biological tissues have provided a means of examining action currents that is more direct and possibly more accurate than conventional electrical recording. Magnetic recordings are relatively insensitive to muscle movement, and, because the recording probes are not directly connected to the tissue, distortions of the data due to changes in the electrochemical interface between the probes and… CONTINUE READING