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Figure 2-16 Spontaneous mechanical and Intracellular electrical activity simultaneously recorded In four cells located at different depths of a strip of whole-thickness jejunal muscle of the dog. A, Longitudinal. B, Boundary cell. C, Outer lamella. D, Inner lamella. Top trace, mechanical activity. Bottom trace, Intracellular electrical activity. (From Szurszewski, J.H.: Electrical basis for gastrointestinal motility. In Johnson L.R. [ed.]: Physiology of the Gastrointestinal Tract, 2nd ed. New York, Raven Press, 1987, p. 383.)

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