Central inhibition of the aortic baroreceptors-heart rate reflex at the onset of spontaneous muscle contraction

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  title={Central inhibition of the aortic baroreceptors-heart rate reflex at the onset of spontaneous muscle contraction},
  author={},
  year={2004}
}
  • Published 2004
Animals decerebrated at the precollicular-premammillary body level exhibit spontaneous locomotion without any artificial stimulation. We reported that the cardiovascular and autonomic responses at the onset of spontaneous locomotor events are evoked by central command, generated from the caudal diencephalon and the brain stem (Matsukawa et al, Am J Physiol 275: H1115-H1121, 1998). In this study we examined if central command and/or a reflex resulting from muscle afferents modulates arterial… CONTINUE READING

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