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Electronic dorsal-foot potentials of the frog spinal cord in experimental tetanus

  • G. A. Erzina
  • Yu. S. Sverdlov
Pathological Physiology and General Pathology

Abstract

In experiments on frogs tetanus toxin, in doses causing generalized tetanus, depressed reciprocal inhibition of spinal reflexes. The depression of inhibition was not connected with blocking of depolarization of the central endings of primary afferent fibers.

Key Words

spinal cord tetanus toxin presynaptic inhibition 

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  • G. A. Erzina
  • Yu. S. Sverdlov

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