NMDA receptor-mediated oscillatory properties: potential role in rhythm generation in the mammalian spinal cord.

@article{Schmidt1998NMDARO,
  title={NMDA receptor-mediated oscillatory properties: potential role in rhythm generation in the mammalian spinal cord.},
  author={Brian L. Schmidt and Shawn Hochman and Jason N. MacLean},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={1998},
  volume={860},
  pages={189-202}
}
Previous studies have demonstrated that (1) NMDA receptor activation occurs during locomotor network operation in lower and higher vertebrates and (2) NMDA induces active membrane properties that can be expressed as intrinsic voltage fluctuations in cells located in the spinal cord of lower vertebrates, as well as in neurons located in supraspinal regions of the mammalian nervous system. This paper reviews recent data showing that NMDA can induce similar inherent membrane potential behavior in… CONTINUE READING

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