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Physiological Types And Histochemical Profiles In Motor Units Of The Cat Gastrocnemius

R. Burke, D. Levine, P. Tsairis, F. Zajac
Published 1973 · Biology, Medicine

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1. A variety of physiological properties of single motor units have been studied in the gastrocnemius muscle (primarily in the medial head) of pentobarbitone‐anaesthetized cats. Intracellular stimulation of individual motoneurones ensured functional isolation of the muscle units innervated by them.
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