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    1. Mynark, RG; Koceja, DM
      Effects of age on the spinal stretch reflex

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED BIOMECHANICS
    2. Carr, PA; Liu, MF; Zaruba, RA
      Enzyme histochemical profile of immunohistochemically identified Renshaw cells in rat lumbar spinal cord

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    3. Hopkins, JT; Ingersoll, CD; Krause, BA; Edwards, JE; Cordova, ML
      Effect of knee joint effusion on quadriceps and soleus motoneuron pool excitability

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    4. Sargsyan, AR; Papatheodoropoulos, C; Kostopoulos, GK
      Modeling of evoked field potentials in hippocampal CA1 area describes their dependence on NMDA and GABA receptors

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    5. Marque, P; Nicolas, G; Marchand-Pauvert, V; Gautier, J; Simonetta-Moreau, M; Pierrot-Deseilligny, E
      Group I projections from intrinsic foot muscles to motoneurones of leg andthigh muscles in humans

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    6. Westgaard, RH; De Luca, CJ
      Motor control of low-threshold motor units in the human trapezius muscle

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    7. Aimonetti, JM; Vedel, JP; Schmied, A; Pagni, S
      Changes in the tonic activity of wrist extensor motor units induced by stimulating antagonistic group I afferents in humans

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    8. McDonough, SM; Clowry, GJ; Miller, S; Eyre, JA
      Reciprocal and Renshaw (recurrent) inhibition are functional in man at birth

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. McClelland, VM; Miller, S; Eyre, JA
      Short latency heteronymous excitatory and inhibitory reflexes between antagonist and heteronymous muscles of the human shoulder and upper limb

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Mazzini, L; Balzarini, C
      An overview of H-reflex studies in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

      AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS AND OTHER MOTOR NEURON DISORDERS
    11. Bawa, P; Chalmers, GR; Jones, KE; Sogaard, K; Walsh, ML
      Control of the wrist joint in humans

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Hwang, IS; Abraham, LD; Chou, SW
      The effect of ankle joint position and effort on quadriceps reflex sensitivity

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    13. Kostopoulos, GK
      Spike-and-wave discharges of absence seizures asa transformation of sleep spindles: the continuing development of a hypothesis

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    14. Hopkins, JT; Ingersoll, CD
      Arthrogenic muscle inhibition: A limiting factor in joint rehabilitation

      JOURNAL OF SPORT REHABILITATION
    15. Pierrot-Deseilligny, E; Mazevet, D
      The monosynaptic reflex: a tool to investigate motor control in humans. Interest and limits

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    16. Kobayashi, S; Ogawa, H; Fujito, V; Ito, E
      Nitric oxide suppresses fictive feeding response in Lymnaea stagnalis

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    17. Halabisky, B; Friedman, D; Radojicic, M; Strowbridge, BW
      Calcium influx through NMDA receptors directly evokes GABA release in olfactory bulb granule cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Pauri, F; Boffa, L; Cassetta, E; Pasqualetti, P; Rossini, PM
      Botulinum toxin type-A treatment in spastic paraparesis: a neurophysiological study

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    19. Wenner, P; O'Donovan, MJ; Matise, MP
      Topographical and physiological characterization of interneurons that express engrailed-1 in the embryonic chick spinal cord

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    20. Aimonetti, JM; Vedel, JP; Schmied, A; Pagni, S
      Inhibition versus facilitation of the reflex responsiveness of identified wrist extensor motor units by antagonist flexor afferent inputs in humans

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    21. Barbeau, H; Marchand-Pauvert, V; Meunier, S; Nicolas, G; Pierrot-Deseilligny, E
      Posture-related changes in heteronymous recurrent inhibition from quadriceps to ankle muscles in humans

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    22. Carr, PA; Roller, MJ; Zaruba, RA
      Peptidergic input to immunohistochemically-identified Renshaw cells

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    23. Aymard, C; Katz, R; Lafitte, C; Lo, E; Penicaud, A; Pradat-Diehl, P; Raoul, S
      Presynaptic inhibition and homosynaptic depression - A comparison between lower and upper limbs in normal human subjects and patients with hemiplegia

      BRAIN
    24. Meunier, S; Pol, S; Houeto, JL; Vidailhet, M
      Abnormal reciprocal inhibition between antagonist muscles in Parkinson's disease

      BRAIN
    25. Iles, JF; Ali, A; Pardoe, J
      Task-related changes of transmission in the pathway of heteronymous spinalrecurrent inhibition from soleus to quadriceps motor neurones in man

      BRAIN
    26. Hopkins, JT; Ingersoll, CD; Edwards, JE; Cordova, ML
      Changes in soleus motoneuron pool excitability after artificial knee jointeffusion

      ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
    27. KAMEN G; DU DCC
      INDEPENDENCE OF MOTOR UNIT RECRUITMENT AND RATE MODULATION DURING PRECISION FORCE CONTROL

      Neuroscience
    28. Parkis, MA; Dong, XW; Feldman, JL; Funk, GD
      Concurrent inhibition and excitation of phrenic motoneurons during inspiration: Phase-specific control of excitability

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    29. Leong, B; Kamen, G; Patten, C; Burke, JR
      Maximal motor unit discharge rates in the quadriceps muscles of older weight lifters

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    30. Burke, D; Gandevia, SC
      Properties of human peripheral nerves: implications for studies of human motor control

      PERIPHERAL AND SPINAL MECHANISMS IN THE NEURAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT
    31. Petersen, N; Morita, H; Nielsen, J
      Modulation of reciprocal inhibition between ankle extensors and flexors during walking in man

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    32. Wessberg, J; Kakuda, N
      Single motor unit activity in relation to pulsatile motor output in human finger movements

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    33. Alvarez, FJ; Dewey, DE; McMillin, P; Fyffe, REW
      Distribution of cholinergic contacts on Renshaw cells in the rat spinal cord: a light microscopic study

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    34. Erim, Z; Beg, MF; Burke, DT; De Luca, CJ
      Effects of aging on motor-unit control properties

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    35. Fallah, Z; Clowry, GJ
      The effect of a peripheral nerve lesion on calbindin D28k immunoreactivityin the cervical ventral horn of developing and adult rats

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    36. Simon, M; Horcholle-Bossavit, G
      Glycine- and GABA-immunoreactive nerve terminals apposed to alpha-motoneurons during postnatal development in kittens: a quantitative study using thedisector

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    37. Hepp-Reymond, MC; Kirkpatrick-Tanner, M; Gabernet, L; Qi, HX; Weber, B
      Context-dependent force coding in motor and premotor cortical areas

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    38. Trank, TV; Turkin, VV; Hamm, TM
      Organization of recurrent inhibition and facilitation in motoneuron pools innervating dorsiflexors of the cat hindlimb

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    39. Iles, JF; Pardoe, J
      Changes in transmission in the pathway of heteronymous spinal recurrent inhibition from soleus to quadriceps motor neurons during movement in man

      BRAIN
    40. Faist, M; Ertel, M; Berger, W; Dietz, V
      Impaired modulation of quadriceps tendon jerk reflex during spastic gait: differences between spinal and cerebral lesions

      BRAIN
    41. CARR PA; ALVAREZ FJ; LEMAN EA; FYFFE REW
      CALBINDIN D28K EXPRESSION IN IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICALLY IDENTIFIED RENSHAWCELLS

      NeuroReport
    42. FUNKE K; EYSEL UT
      INVERSE CORRELATION OF FIRING PATTERNS OF SINGLE TOPOGRAPHICALLY MATCHED PERIGENICULATE NEURONS AND CAT DORSAL LATERAL GENICULATE RELAY CELLS

      Visual neuroscience
    43. GREENOUGH CG; OLIVER CW; JONES APC
      ASSESSMENT OF SPINAL MUSCULATURE USING SURFACE ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC SPECTRAL COLOR MAPPING

      Spine (Philadelphia, Pa. 1976)
    44. HIGASHIMA M; KINOSHITA H; KOSHINO Y
      DIFFERENCES IN THE EFFECTS OF ZOLPIDEM AND DIAZEPAM ON RECURRENT INHIBITION AND LONG-TERM POTENTIATION IN RAT HIPPOCAMPAL SLICES

      Neuroscience letters
    45. Kohn, AF
      Effects of synaptic noise on a neuronal pool model with strong excitatory drive and recurrent inhibition

      BIOSYSTEMS
    46. ICHINOSE T; MIYATA Y
      RECURRENT EXCITATION OF MOTONEURONS IN THE ISOLATED SPINAL-CORD OF NEWBORN RATS DETECTED BY WHOLE-CELL RECORDING

      Neuroscience research
    47. FLOETER MK; VALLSSOLE J; TORO C; JACOBOWITZ D; HALLETT M
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-STUDIES OF SPINAL INHIBITORY CIRCUITS IN PATIENTS WITH STIFF-PERSON SYNDROME

      Neurology
    48. MALTENFORT MG; HECKMAN CJ; RYMER WZ
      DECORRELATING ACTIONS OF RENSHAW INTERNEURONS ON THE FIRING OF SPINALMOTONEURONS WITHIN A MOTOR NUCLEUS - A SIMULATION STUDY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    49. MCDONAGH JC; GORMAN RB; GILLIAM EE; HORNBY TG; REINKING RM; STUART DG
      PROPERTIES OF SPINAL MOTONEURONS AND INTERNEURONS IN THE ADULT TURTLE- PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION BY CLUSTER-ANALYSIS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    50. VALLBO AB; WESSBERG J
      FUNCTIONS OF HUMAN MUSCLE-SPINDLES IN HAND MUSCLES AS ANALYZED WITH MICRONEUROGRAPHY

      Current Science (Bangalore)
    51. O'Sullivan, MC; Miller, S; Ramesh, V; Conway, E; Gilfillan, K; McDonough, S; Eyre, JA
      Abnormal development of biceps brachii phasic stretch reflex and persistence of short latency heteronymous reflexes from biceps to triceps brachii inspastic cerebral palsy

      BRAIN
    52. INGHILLERI M; CRUCCU G; ARGENTA M; POLIDORI L; MANFREDI M
      SILENT PERIOD IN UPPER-LIMB MUSCLES AFTER NOXIOUS CUTANEOUS STIMULATION IN MAN

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    53. SANNA E; MURGIA A; CASULA A; BIGGIO G
      DIFFERENTIAL SUBUNIT DEPENDENCE OF THE ACTIONS OF THE GENERAL-ANESTHETICS ALPHAXALONE AND ETOMIDATE AT GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID TYPE-A RECEPTORS EXPRESSED IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS OOCYTES

      Molecular pharmacology
    54. LIEB JR; FROST WN
      REALISTIC SIMULATION OF THE APLYSIA SIPHON-WITHDRAWAL REFLEX CIRCUIT - ROLES OF CIRCUIT ELEMENTS IN PRODUCING MOTOR OUTPUT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    55. HIRTZ R; WIESE K
      ULTRASTRUCTURE OF SYNAPTIC CONTACTS BETWEEN IDENTIFIED NEURONS OF THEAUDITORY PATHWAY IN GRYLLUS-BIMACULATUS DEGEER

      Journal of comparative neurology
    56. ALVAREZ FJ; DEWEY DE; HARRINGTON DA; FYFFE REW
      CELL-TYPE-SPECIFIC ORGANIZATION OF GLYCINE RECEPTOR CLUSTERS IN THE MAMMALIAN SPINAL-CORD

      Journal of comparative neurology
    57. KAKUDA N; WESSBERG J; VALLBO AB
      IS HUMAN MUSCLE-SPINDLE AFFERENCE DEPENDENT ON PERCEIVED SIZE OF ERROR IN VISUAL TRACKING

      Experimental Brain Research
    58. MAZZOCCHIO R; ROSSI A
      INVOLVEMENT OF SPINAL RECURRENT INHIBITION IN SPASTICITY - FURTHER INSIGHT INTO THE REGULATION OF RENSHAW CELL-ACTIVITY

      Brain
    59. HIGASHIMA M; KINOSHITA H; YAMAGUCHI N; KOSHINO Y
      DIFFERENCES IN ENHANCING EFFECTS OF ZOLPIDEM AND BENZODIAZEPINE DRUG ON RECURRENT INHIBITION IN RAT HIPPOCAMPAL SLICES

      Psychopharmacology
    60. XIA J; LUO FS
      IPSP-EPSP INTERACTIONS IN LATERAL GENICULATE NEURONS OF RAT

      Chinese Science Bulletin
    61. GRUNZE HCR; RAINNIE DG; HASSELMO ME; BARKAI E; HEAM EF; MCCARLEY RW; GREENE RW
      NMDA-DEPENDENT MODULATION OF CA1 LOCAL CIRCUIT INHIBITION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    62. TODD AJ; WATT C; SPIKE RC; SIEGHART W
      COLOCALIZATION OF GABA, GLYCINE, AND THEIR RECEPTORS AT SYNAPSES IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      The Journal of neuroscience
    63. PEARCE BD; STEFFENSEN SC; PAOLETTI AD; HENRIKSEN SJ; BUCHMEIER MJ
      PERSISTENT DENTATE GRANULE CELL HYPEREXCITABILITY AFTER NEONATAL INFECTION WITH LYMPHOCYTIC CHORIOMENINGITIS VIRUS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    64. MATSUDA Y; FUJIMURA K
      RECURRENT INHIBITION IN AMYGDALO-CORTICAL PROJECTION NEURONS OF THE RAT VIA COLLATERALS OF FAST-CONDUCTING AXONS

      Neuroscience research
    65. MUSIAL P; PANECKI S; GERSTEIN GL; WROBEL A
      NONLINEARITIES WITHIN THE CAT LGN CELL RECEPTIVE-FIELDS IN SIMULATED NETWORK WITH RECURRENT INHIBITION

      Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis
    66. ILLERT M; KUMMEL H; SCOTT JJA
      BETA-INNERVATION AND RECURRENT INHIBITION - A HYPOTHESIS FOR MANIPULATORY AND POSTURAL CONTROL

      Pflugers Archiv
    67. FLOETER MK; ANDERMANN F; ANDERMANN E; NIGRO M; HALLETT M
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-STUDIES OF SPINAL INHIBITORY PATHWAYS IN PATIENTS WITH HEREDITARY HYPEREKPLEXIA

      Neurology
    68. ALBERTSON TE; WALBY WF; STARK LG; JOY RM
      THE EFFECT OF PROPOFOL ON CA1 PYRAMIDAL CELL EXCITABILITY AND GABA(A)-MEDIATED INHIBITION IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPAL SLICE

      Life sciences
    69. WESSBERG J; VALLBO AB
      PULSATILE MOTOR OUTPUT IN HUMAN FINGER MOVEMENTS IS NOT DEPENDENT ON THE STRETCH REFLEX

      Journal of physiology
    70. NIELSEN J; PIERROTDESEILLIGNY E
      EVIDENCE OF FACILITATION OF SOLEUS-COUPLED RENSHAW CELLS DURING VOLUNTARY COCONTRACTION OF ANTAGONISTIC ANKLE MUSCLES IN MAN

      Journal of physiology
    71. PEARCE RA
      VOLATILE ANESTHETIC ENHANCEMENT OF PAIRED-PULSE DEPRESSION INVESTIGATED IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPUS IN-VITRO

      Journal of physiology
    72. ORNUNG G; SHUPLIAKOV O; LINDA H; OTTERSEN OP; STORMMATHISEN J; ULFHAKE B; CULLHEIM S
      QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF GLYCINE-IMMUNOREACTIVE AND GABA-IMMUNOREACTIVE NERVE-TERMINALS ON MOTONEURON CELL-BODIES IN THE CAT SPINAL-CORD - A POSTEMBEDDING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC STUDY

      Journal of comparative neurology
    73. VORGERD M; TEGENTHOFF M; JUSKOWIAK F; ROOS V; MALIN JP
      TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC DOUBLE STIMULATION - METHODS AND CLINICAL-STUDIES

      EEG-EMG
    74. BROUWER B; SMITS E
      CORTICOSPINAL INPUT ONTO MOTOR-NEURONS PROJECTING TO ANKLE MUSCLES ININDIVIDUALS WITH CEREBRAL-PALSY

      Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    75. RASHIDYPOUR A; MOTAMEDI F; SEMNANIAN S; ZARRINDAST MR; FATOLLAHI Y; BEHZADI G
      EFFECTS OF REVERSIBLE INACTIVATION OF THE MEDIAL SEPTAL AREA ON LONG-TERM POTENTIATION AND RECURRENT INHIBITION OF HIPPOCAMPAL POPULATION SPIKES IN RATS

      Brain research
    76. TANABE M; KANEKO T
      PAIRED-PULSE FACILITATION OF GABAERGIC IPSCS IN VENTRAL HORN NEURONS IN NEONATAL RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Brain research
    77. FUKAI T
      OSCILLATIONS FOR RAPID SELECTION OF NEURAL ACTIVITIES BASED ON SPIKE TIMING

      NeuroReport
    78. HILGEVOORD AAJ; BOUR LJ; KOELMAN JHTM; DEVISSER BWO
      SOLEUS H-REFLEX EXTINCTION IN CONTROLS AND SPASTIC PATIENTS - ORDEREDOCCLUSION OR DIFFUSE INHIBITION

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    79. BEHNISCH T; REYMANN KG
      THAPSIGARGIN BLOCKS LONG-TERM POTENTIATION INDUCED BY WEAK, BUT NOT STRONG TETANISATION IN RAT HIPPOCAMPAL CA1 NEURONS

      Neuroscience letters
    80. ROSSI A; DECCHI B; ZALAFFI A; MAZZOCCHIO R
      GROUP IA NONRECIPROCAL INHIBITION FROM WRIST EXTENSOR TO FLEXOR MOTONEURONS IN HUMANS

      Neuroscience letters
    81. ANTONIADIS G; KOSTOPOULOS G
      SIMULATION STUDY FOR THE TRANSITION FROM SPINDLES TO SPIKE AND WAVE EPILEPTOGENESIS

      Medical & biological engineering & computing
    82. SIMON ES
      INVOLVEMENT OF GLYCINE AND GABA(A) RECEPTORS IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF SPINAL MYOCLONUS - IN-VITRO STUDIES IN THE ISOLATED NEONATAL RODENT SPINAL-CORD

      Neurology
    83. MAZZOCCHIO R; ROTHWELL JC; ROSSI A
      DISTRIBUTION OF IA EFFECTS ONTO HUMAN HAND MUSCLE MOTONEURONS AS REVEALED USING AN H-REFLEX TECHNIQUE

      Journal of physiology
    84. SHINDO M; YANAGAWA S; MORITA H; YANAGISAWA N
      INCREASE IN RECIPROCAL IA INHIBITION DURING ANTAGONIST CONTRACTION INTHE HUMAN LEG - A STUDY OF MOTOR UNITS AND THE H-REFLEX

      Journal of physiology
    85. AYMARD C; CHIA L; KATZ R; LAFITTE C; PENICAUD A
      RECIPROCAL INHIBITION BETWEEN WRIST FLEXORS AND EXTENSORS IN MAN - A NEW SET OF INTERNEURONS

      Journal of physiology
    86. MURPHY PR; MARTIN HA
      FUSIMOTOR NEURON RESPONSES TO MEDIAL PLANTAR NERVE-STIMULATION IN THEDECEREBRATE CAT

      Journal of physiology
    87. COWLEY KC; SCHMIDT BJ
      EFFECTS OF INHIBITORY AMINO-ACID ANTAGONISTS ON RECIPROCAL INHIBITORYINTERACTIONS DURING RHYTHMIC MOTOR-ACTIVITY IN THE IN-VITRO NEONATAL RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Journal of neurophysiology
    88. MENDELL LM; TAYLOR JS; JOHNSON RD; MUNSON JB
      RESCUE OF MOTONEURON, AND MUSCLE AFFERENT FUNCTION IN CATS BY REGENERATION INTO SKIN .2. IA-MOTONEURON SYNAPSE

      Journal of neurophysiology
    89. BERKI AC; ODONOVAN MJ; ANTAL M
      DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION OF GLYCINE IMMUNOREACTIVITY AND ITS COLOCALIZATION WITH GABA IN THE EMBRYONIC CHICK LUMBOSACRAL SPINAL-CORD

      Journal of comparative neurology
    90. UETA Y; KANNAN H; YAMASHITA H
      DOES RECURRENT INHIBITION EXIST IN THE PARAVENTRICULAR MAGNOCELLULAR NEUROSECRETORY-CELLS IN THE MALE-RAT

      Japanese Journal of Physiology
    91. MACALUSO GM; DELAAT A
      H-REFLEXES IN MASSETER AND TEMPORALIS MUSCLES IN MAN

      Experimental Brain Research
    92. TOFT E
      MECHANICAL AND ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC STRETCH RESPONSES IN SPASTIC AND HEALTHY-SUBJECTS

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    93. SAMMON M
      GEOMETRY OF RESPIRATORY PHASE SWITCHING

      Journal of applied physiology
    94. CRIADO JR; THIES R
      ACUTE EFFECTS OF ETHANOL ON RECURRENT INHIBITORY CIRCUITS OF CA1 NEURONS IN-VIVO

      Alcohol
    95. SHOEMAKER M; HANNAFORD B
      A STUDY AND MODEL OF THE ROLE OF THE RENSHAW CELL IN REGULATING THE TRANSIENT FIRING RATE OF THE MOTONEURON

      Biological cybernetics
    96. WINDHORST U
      SHAPING STATIC ELBOW TORQUE-ANGLE RELATIONSHIPS BY SPINAL-CORD CIRCUITS - A THEORETICAL-STUDY

      Neuroscience
    97. WINDHORST U; KOKKOROYIANNIS T; LAOURIS Y; MEYERLOHMANN J
      SIGNAL TRANSMISSION FROM MOTOR AXONS TO GROUP IA MUSCLE-SPINDLE AFFERENTS - FREQUENCY RESPONSES AND 2ND-ORDER NONLINEARITIES

      Neuroscience
    98. ROSSI A; ZALAFFI A; DECCHI B
      HETERONYMOUS RECURRENT INHIBITION FROM GASTROCNEMIUS-MUSCLE TO SOLEUSMOTONEURONS IN HUMANS

      Neuroscience letters
    99. POSTMUNSON DJ; LUMRAGAN JT; MAHLE CD; GRIBKOFF VK
      REDUCED BICUCULLINE RESPONSE AND GABA(A) AGONIST BINDING IN AGED RAT HIPPOCAMPUS

      Neurobiology of aging
    100. YOUNG RR
      SPASTICITY - A REVIEW

      Neurology


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