Reciprocal inhibition between wrist flexors and extensors in man: a new set of interneurones?

@article{Aymard1995ReciprocalIB,
  title={Reciprocal inhibition between wrist flexors and extensors in man: a new set of interneurones?},
  author={Claire Aymard and L. T. Chia and Rose Katz and Catherine Lafitte and A. P{\'e}nicaud},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={487 1},
  pages={221-35}
}
1. Interneurones mediating reciprocal inhibition between wrist flexors and extensors in man are characterized using both Renshaw cells and transarticular group I afferent activation. 2. Renshaw cells were activated by reflex discharges evoked by a tendon tap. The tendon tap was applied to the tendon of the muscles from which the Ia fibres responsible for the reciprocal inhibition originated. Contrary to what was observed both in the cat hindlimb and in human elbow muscles, this Renshaw cell… CONTINUE READING

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