Projections from the ventral respiratory group to phrenic and intercostal motoneurons in cat: an autoradiographic study.

@article{Feldman1985ProjectionsFT,
  title={Projections from the ventral respiratory group to phrenic and intercostal motoneurons in cat: an autoradiographic study.},
  author={Jack L Feldman and Arthur D. Loewy and Dexter F Speck},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={1985},
  volume={5 8},
  pages={1993-2000}
}
Anterograde transport of tritiated amino acids (leucine, lysine, and proline) was used to examine the spinal projections of respiratory premotor neurons in the ventral respiratory group (VRG) of cats. This population of neurons corresponds anatomically with the nucleus ambiguus-retroambigualis. Small volumes (20 to 50 nl) of tritiated amino acids were pressure ejected into the middle of the VRG through a micropipette which permitted simultaneous recording of respiratory modulated activity. In… CONTINUE READING

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