volume 2, issue 2, P164-190 1879
DOI: 10.1113/jphysiol.1879.sp000055
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Abstract: THE attention of investioators of muscular contraction has, of late, been directed particularly to the limits of the frequency of stimulation within which a succession of stimuli must be included in order to produce a complete tetanus; and also to the alteration of the irritability of the muscle due to excitation.Most of the study heretofore has been upon tetanus produced by many succeeding stimuli, but in the following pages the summation of two simple contractions only will be considered. The nature of the …

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