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Figure 5. IR-dependent activation/recruitment of MNs in the dl-TMN. A, B, Membrane potential responses to hyperpolarizing current pulses and those evoked by 100 Hz stimulation of presumed Ia afferents in the smaller and larger MNs (A and B, respectively). C, D, The enlarged traces of the responses (gray area in A and B, respectively) in the smaller and larger MNs (C and D, respectively). E, The relationship between IRs and latencies to the first spikes in five pairs of MNs of different sizes when the difference in the latency to the first spike between the pair of smaller and larger MNs became maximum. F, The relationship between IRs and spike thresholds in five pairs of MNs of different sizes.

Image published in: Okamoto K et al.

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