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The use of intracellular electrodes, e.g., (micropipettes), in electrophysiological studies of the central nervous system, has enhanced our understanding of the basic function of the nervous system. The purpose of this paper is to review a study in which this microtechnique was successfully employed in the spinal cord.
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