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Activity in unmyelinated cat cutaneous nerve fibers in response to cooling

Abstract

It was shown by a combination of the colliding impulses method and the method of isolation of weak nerve signals from apparatus noise, that during cooling of the hairy skin in cats impulses arise in the majority of unmyelinated fibers belonging to groups C1 and C2. In a smaller proportion of unmyelinated group C2 fibers inhibition of spontaneous discharges takes place in response to cooling.

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Zeveke, A.V., Shaposhnikov, V.L. Activity in unmyelinated cat cutaneous nerve fibers in response to cooling. Bull Exp Biol Med 88, 1110–1113 (1979). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00838178

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Key Words

  • cutaneous nerve
  • unmyelinated fibers
  • cooling