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As before, the sensory information to the brain is interpreted and another signal is sent back down the spinal cord and efferent nerves to the muscle producing movement in the bone and joint.
The bio-effects listed by the developer, Mission Research Corporation, include: shrapnel-less flash-bang, cutaneous peripheral afferent nerves (pain, susceptibility to chemical agents, lesions), cutaneous peripheral efferent nerves (temporary paralysis, choking, fibrillation), central nervous system (disorientation).
This resulted in the partial dissociation of the loosely packed electrocyte columns into smaller pieces in which individual electrocytes were attached to the fine branches of common efferent nerves. The higher temperatures were detrimental to electrocyte resting potentials and also produced sticky preparations.