Pyramidal and corticospinal synaptic effects over reticulospinal neurones in the cat.

@article{Canedo1993PyramidalAC,
  title={Pyramidal and corticospinal synaptic effects over reticulospinal neurones in the cat.},
  author={Antonio Canedo and J. A. Lamas},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1993},
  volume={463},
  pages={475-89}
}
1. The spontaneous activity of 103 precruciate neurones (fifty-eight activated antidromically from the pyramidal tract but not from the corticospinal tract, PTNs; forty-five activated from both sites, CSNs) was used to trigger the average of the intracellularly recorded synaptic noise in 294 reticulospinal neurones (RSNs). These RSNs were recorded in the nucleus reticularis gigantocellularis of the contralateral medial bulbar reticular formation (NRGc) in chloralose-anaesthetized cats. 2… CONTINUE READING
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