Population spatiotemporal dynamics of spinal intermediate zone interneurons during air-stepping in adult spinal cats.

@article{Auyong2011PopulationSD,
  title={Population spatiotemporal dynamics of spinal intermediate zone interneurons during air-stepping in adult spinal cats.},
  author={Nicholas Auyong and Karen Ollivier-Lanvin and Michel A. Lemay},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={106 4},
  pages={1943-53}
}
The lumbar spinal cord circuitry can autonomously generate locomotion, but it remains to be determined which types of neurons constitute the locomotor generator and how their population activity is organized spatially in the mammalian spinal cord. In this study, we investigated the spatiotemporal dynamics of the spinal interneuronal population activity in the intermediate zone of the adult mammalian cord. Segmental interneuronal population activity was examined via multiunit activity (MUA… CONTINUE READING

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