The responses of primary spindle afferents to fusimotor stimulation at constant and abruptly changing rates.

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1. Single fusimotor fibres to de-efferented soleus of the cat were stimulated to investigate the size and time course of the responses elicited in single primary spindle afferents. The muscle was kept at constant length close to the physiological maximum. Constant and alternating rates of fusimotor stimulation were used: (a) repetitive stimulation at… (More)

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@article{Hulliger1979TheRO, title={The responses of primary spindle afferents to fusimotor stimulation at constant and abruptly changing rates.}, author={Manuel Hulliger}, journal={The Journal of physiology}, year={1979}, volume={294}, pages={461-82} }