Electrophysiological studies in healthy subjects involving caffeine

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Carvalho, Mamede de; Marcelino, Erica; Mendonça, Alexandre de;
(2010)
  • Publisher: IOS Press
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3233/JAD-2010-1377
  • Subject: Caffeine | Cortical silent period | Lower motor neuron | Muscle | Transcranial magnetic stimulation

Copyright ©2012 IOS Press All rights reserved. We review the electrophysiological studies concerning the effects of caffeine on muscle, lower and upper motor neuron excitability and cognition. Several different methods have been used, such as electromyography, recrui... View more
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