Discharge patterns and recruitment order of identified motoneurons and internuclear neurons in the monkey abducens nucleus.

@article{Fuchs1988DischargePA,
  title={Discharge patterns and recruitment order of identified motoneurons and internuclear neurons in the monkey abducens nucleus.},
  author={Albert F. Fuchs and Charles A. Scudder and Chris R. S. Kaneko},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1988},
  volume={60 6},
  pages={1874-95}
}
1. Single neurons in the abducens nucleus were recorded extracellularly in alert rhesus macaques trained to make a variety of eye movements. An abducens neurons was identified as a motoneuron (MN) if its action potentials triggered an averaged EMG potential in the lateral rectus muscle. Abducens internuclear neurons (INNs) that project to the oculomotor nucleus were identified by collision block of spontaneous with antidromic action potentials evoked with a stimulating electrode placed in the… CONTINUE READING
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