A pharmacological study of group I muscle afferent terminals and synaptic excitation in the intermediate nucleus and Clarke's column of the cat spinal cord

@article{Curtis1986APS,
  title={A pharmacological study of group I muscle afferent terminals and synaptic excitation in the intermediate nucleus and Clarke's column of the cat spinal cord},
  author={Dr. Robin Curtis and Bruce D Gynther and Rizwan Iqbal Malik},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1986},
  volume={64},
  pages={105-113}
}
When administered microelectrophoretically GABA and piperidine-4-sulphonic acid depolarized the central terminations of muscle group Ia and Ib afferent fibres in the lumbar intermediate nucleus and Clarke's column of cats anaesthetised with pentobarbitone sodium. Both this depolarization, and primary afferent depolarization, generated by impulses in other primary afferent fibres which produce prolonged bicuculline-sensitive inhibition of the firing of group I afferent fibre-excited… CONTINUE READING

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