Activation of carotid baroreceptors inhibits spinal reflexes in man


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RAU, Harald, Stuart BRODY, Cornelis Henri Marie BRUNIA, E. P. J. DAMEN, Thomas ELBERT, 1993. Activation of carotid baroreceptors inhibits spinal reflexes in man. In: Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 89, pp. 328-334

@article{Rau1993Activ-10139, title={Activation of carotid baroreceptors inhibits spinal reflexes in man}, year={1993}, doi={10.1016/0168-5597(93)90072-W}, volume={89}, journal={Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology}, pages={328--334}, author={Rau, Harald and Brody, Stuart and Brunia, Cornelis Henri Marie and Damen, E. P. J. and Elbert, Thomas} }

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