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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Repetitive Muscle Responses Induced By Crotamine
Author: Brazil O.V.
Prado-Franceschi J.
Laure C.J.
Abstract: The sustained contractions of the dog tibialis anterior muscle and the rat gastrocnemius which may appear after a tetanus or twitch or spontaneously in crotamine injected animals are associated with the discharge of high frequency and small amplitude potentials. They are, therefore, asynchronous tetanic contractions. These potentials are similar to those observed in myotonia. The potentiated maximal twitch observed in crotamine injected dogs is actually a brief tetanus. © 1979.
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Identifier DOI: 10.1016/0041-0101(79)90256-3
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Date Issue: 1979
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