Reduction in postsynaptic inhibition during maintained electrical stimulation of different nerves in the cat hindlimb.


1. Steady-state postsynaptic potentials (PSPs) were generated by prolonged (approximately 1 s) high-frequency (100-200 Hz) electrical stimulation of nerves in the cat hindlimb. The characteristics of these steady-state PSPs were compared for two polysynaptic afferent pathways (ipsilateral cutaneous sural vs. contralateral peroneal nerves), two animal… (More)


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