Vestibular inputs to propriospinal interneurons in the feline C1-C2 spinal cord projecting to the C5-C6 ventral horn

@article{Anker2005VestibularIT,
  title={Vestibular inputs to propriospinal interneurons in the feline C1-C2 spinal cord projecting to the C5-C6 ventral horn},
  author={A. R. Anker and Brian F Sadacca and Bill J Yates},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={170},
  pages={39-51}
}
The resting length of respiratory muscles must be altered during changes in posture in order to maintain stable ventilation. Prior studies showed that although the vestibular system contributes to these adjustments in respiratory muscle activity, the medullary respiratory groups receive little vestibular input. Additionally, previous transneuronal tracing studies demonstrated that propriospinal interneurons in the C1-C2 spinal cord send projections to the ipsilateral diaphragm motor pool. The… CONTINUE READING

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