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A study of spontaneous activity in nerve fibers by the method of multi channel coherent recording



A study of spontaneous activity in nerve fibers by the method of multi channel coherent recording



Neirofiziologiya 9(6): 634-637



Spontaneous electrical activity was recorded with a 6 channel amplifier with the intact vagal nerve (cervical area) of the cat in acute experiments. The records obtained were summated using different delays between them, induced by a computer for differentiation of the afferent activity from the efferent activity and estimation of the proper conduction velocity. The most active afferent fibers had a conduction velocity of 25 m/s.

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