Transmitter-phenotypes of commissural interneurons in the lumbar spinal cord of newborn mice.

@article{Restrepo2009TransmitterphenotypesOC,
  title={Transmitter-phenotypes of commissural interneurons in the lumbar spinal cord of newborn mice.},
  author={Carlos Ernesto Restrepo and Line Lundfald and G{\'a}bor Szab{\'o} and Ferenc Erd{\'e}lyi and Hanns Ulrich Zeilhofer and Joel Clinton Glover and Ole Kiehn},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={2009},
  volume={517 2},
  pages={177-92}
}
Commissural interneurons (CINs) are a necessary component of central pattern generators (CPGs) for locomotion because they mediate the coordination of left and right muscle activity. The projection patterns and relative locations of different classes of CINs in the ventromedial part of the rodent lumbar cord have been described (Eide et al. [1999] J Comp Neurol 403:332-345; Stokke et al. [2002] J Comp Neurol 446:349-359; Nissen et al. [2005] J Comp Neurol 483:30-47). However, the distribution… CONTINUE READING

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