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Partition of gross peripheral nerve activity into single unit responses by correlation techniques

Science  25 Apr 1975:
Vol. 188, Issue 4186, pp. 373-375
DOI: 10.1126/science.1118732

Abstract

The neural activity in the medial articular nerve is partitioned on the basis of conduction velocity by correlation techniques. Because of the small number of cat knee joint units (two to ten) responding under a prescribed set of rotational conditions, it is possible to partition and simultaneously study the units' responses to periodic joint articulation waveforms.

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