Inhibitions mediated by glycine and GABAA receptors shape the discharge pattern of bulbar respiratory neurons.

@article{Schmid1996InhibitionsMB,
  title={Inhibitions mediated by glycine and GABAA receptors shape the discharge pattern of bulbar respiratory neurons.},
  author={Kurt Schmid and Arthur S. Foutz and Monique Denavit-Saubi{\'e}},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={1996},
  volume={710 1-2},
  pages={150-60}
}
Experiments were performed to identify the glycinergic or GABAergic nature, and the timing of discharge, of the neurons which produce chloride-dependent inhibitions on other bulbar respiratory neurons (RNs) during their silent and active phases. RNs recorded extracellularly in pentobarbital-anesthetized or decerebrate cats, were subjected to iontophoretic applications of glutamate, of the glycine antagonist strychnine, and of the GABAA receptor antagonist bicuculline. Both antagonists induced… CONTINUE READING

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