Evidence for recurrent inhibition of reciprocal inhibition from soleus to tibialis anterior in Man

@article{Baret2003EvidenceFR,
  title={Evidence for recurrent inhibition of reciprocal inhibition from soleus to tibialis anterior in Man},
  author={Myl{\`e}ne Baret and Rose Katz and Jennifer Lamy and A. P{\'e}nicaud and Isabelle Wargon},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={152},
  pages={133-136}
}
Reciprocal inhibition between ankle flexors and extensors has been the subject of numerous studies in Man. They have demonstrated that this reciprocal inhibition is in all likelihood caused by a disynaptic pathway at least partly fed by Ia afferents. It is thus generally agreed that this reciprocally organized inhibition between ankle flexors and extensors in Man is similar to the reciprocal Ia inhibition described in the cat. This conclusion has, however, been challenged, when Jankowska and… CONTINUE READING

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