Preferential correlations of a medullary neuron's activity to different sympathetic outflows as revealed by partial coherence analysis.

@article{Cohen1995PreferentialCO,
  title={Preferential correlations of a medullary neuron's activity to different sympathetic outflows as revealed by partial coherence analysis.},
  author={Morton I Cohen and Qing-bao Yu and W X Huang},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={74 1},
  pages={474-8}
}
1. In vagotomized, paralyzed, decerebrate cats, simultaneous recordings were taken from one or more sympathetic nerves [cervical sympathetic (CS), inferior cardiac (IC), splanchnic (SP)] and from medullary neurons in vasomotor-related regions. Coherence analyses were used to ascertain the presence of sympathetic rhythms (2-6 Hz or "3-Hz rhythm," 7-13 Hz or "10-Hz rhythm") that were correlated between different signals. The occurrence of a significant peak at such a frequency in a unit-nerve… CONTINUE READING

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