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Rosi Raikova
11-29-2001, 07:48 PM
Dear colleagues,
I have a request to those of you that have observations on the behavior of
the motor units of human limbs during real, everyday activity.
Whether is it happen sometime that motor units work on tetanus regime in
real situations? I know many papers that tetanus is achieved by repetitive
artificial stimulation of the nerve or muscle. But I do not know paper that
such tetanus stimulation is observed during real, natural stimulation. I
will be very thankful for any information about natural way of working of
the motor units of the human skeletal muscles.

Thank you for your help!
R.Raikova
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Assoc. Prof. Rositsa Todorova Raikova
CENTRE OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
Acad.G.Bonchev str., Bl.105
1113 Sofia, Bulgaria
tel. (+3592) 70 05 27
fax: (+3592) 72 37 87
E-mail: rosir@bgcict.acad.bg

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