Catalogo Articoli (Spogli Riviste)

HELP
ATTENZIONE: attualmente gli articoli Current Contents (fonte ISI) a partire dall'anno 2002 sono consultabili sulla Risorsa On-Line

Le informazioni sugli articoli di fonte ISI sono coperte da copyright

La ricerca find articoli where soggetti phrase all words 'SPINDLE AFFERENTS' sort by level,fasc_key/DESCEND, pagina_ini_num/ASCEND ha restituito 100 riferimenti
Selezionare un intervallo

Per ulteriori informazioni selezionare i riferimenti di interesse.

    1. Vesselkin, NP; Adanina, VO; Rio, JP; Reperant, J
      Axo-axonic GABA-immunopositive synapses on the primary afferent fibers in frogs

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL NEUROANATOMY
    2. Kang, YM; Wheeler, JD; Pickar, JG
      Stimulation of chemosensitive afferents from multifidus muscle does not sensitize multifidus muscle spindles to vertebral loads in the lumbar spine of the cat

      SPINE
    3. Takakusaki, K; Kohyama, J; Matsuyama, K; Mori, S
      Medullary reticulospinal tract mediating the generalized motor inhibition in cats: Parallel inhibitory mechanisms acting on motoneurons and on interneuronal transmission in reflex pathways

      NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Ro, JY; Capra, NF
      Modulation of jaw muscle spindle afferent activity following intramuscularinjections with hypertonic saline

      PAIN
    5. Wu, NP; Hsiao, CF; Chandler, SH
      Membrane resonance and subthreshold membrane oscillations in mesencephalicV neurons: Participants in burst generation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Pickar, JG; Wheeler, JD
      Response of muscle proprioceptors to spinal manipulative-like loads in theanesthetized cat

      JOURNAL OF MANIPULATIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL THERAPEUTICS
    7. Fischer-Rasmussen, T; Krogsgaard, M; Jensen, DB; Dyhre-Poulsen, P
      Inhibition of dynamic thigh muscle contraction by electrical stimulation of the posterior cruciate ligament in humans

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    8. Schmit, BD; Rymer, WZ
      Identification of static and dynamic components of reflex sensitivity in spastic elbow flexors using a muscle activation model

      ANNALS OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
    9. Jones, KE; Wessberg, J; Vallbo, AB
      Directional tuning of human forearm muscle afferents during voluntary wrist movements

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    10. Jankowska, E
      Spinal interneuronal systems: identification, multifunctional character and reconfigurations in mammals

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    11. Gritsenko, V; Mushahwar, V; Prochazka, A
      Adaptive changes in locomotor control after partial denervation of tricepssurae muscles in the cat

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    12. Edin, BB
      Cutaneous afferents provide information about knee joint movements in humans

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    13. Komuro, A; Morimoto, T; Iwata, K; Inoue, T; Masuda, Y; Kato, T; Hidaka, O
      Putative feed-forward control of jaw-closing muscle activity during rhythmic jaw movements in the anesthetized rabbit

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    14. Lam, T; Pearson, KG
      Proprioceptive modulation of hip flexor activity during the swing phase oflocomotion in decerebrate cats

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    15. Watson, AHD; Bazzaz, AA
      GABA and glycine-like immunoreactivity at axoaxonic synapses on 1a muscle afferent terminals in the spinal cord of the rat

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    16. Honma, S; Moritani, M; Zhang, LF; Lu, LQ; Yoshida, A; Appenteng, K; Shigenaga, Y
      Quantitative ultrastructure of synapses on functionally identified primaryafferent neurons in the cat trigeminal mesencephalic nucleus

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. Wolpaw, JR; Chen, XY
      Operant conditioning of rat H-reflex: effects on mean latency and duration

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    18. Westberg, KG; Kolta, A; Clavelou, P; Sandstrom, G; Lund, JP
      Evidence for functional compartmentalization of trigeminal muscle spindle afferents during fictive mastication in the rabbit

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Matsuo, S; Ichikawa, H; Silos-Santiago, I; Arends, JJA; Henderson, TA; Kiyomiya, K; Kurebe, M; Jacquin, MF
      Proprioceptive afferents survive in the masseter muscle of trkC knockout mice

      NEUROSCIENCE
    20. Capra, NF; Ro, JY
      Experimental muscle pain produces central modulation of proprioceptive signals arising from jaw muscle spindles

      PAIN
    21. Li, JL; Xiong, KH; Li, YQ; Kaneko, T; Mizuno, N
      Serotonergic innervation of mesencephalic trigeminal nucleus neurons: a light and electron microscopic study in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    22. Quevedo, J; Fedirchuk, B; Gosgnach, S; McCrea, DA
      Group I disynaptic excitation of cat hindlimb flexor and bifunctional motoneurones during fictive locomotion

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    23. Bae, YC; Ihn, HJ; Park, MJ; Ottersen, OP; Moritani, M; Yoshida, A; Shigenaga, Y
      Identification of signal substances in synapses made between primary afferents and their associated axon terminals in the rat trigeminal sensory nuclei

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    24. Oakley, RA; Lefcort, FB; Plouffe, P; Ritter, A; Frank, E
      Neurotrophin-3 promotes the survival of a limited subpopulation of cutaneous sensory neurons

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    25. Cookman, S; Verdolini, K
      Interrelation of mandibular laryngeal functions

      JOURNAL OF VOICE
    26. Wilson, LR; Gracies, JM; Burke, D; Gandevia, SC
      Evidence for fusimotor drive in stroke patients based on muscle spindle thixotropy

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    27. Perreault, MC; Denton, ME; Hultborn, H
      Proprioceptive control of extensor activity during fictive scratching and weight support compared to fictive locomotion

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Taylor, A; Ellaway, PH; Durbaba, R
      Why are there three types of intrafusal muscle fibers?

      PERIPHERAL AND SPINAL MECHANISMS IN THE NEURAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT
    29. Prochazka, A
      Quantifying proprioception

      PERIPHERAL AND SPINAL MECHANISMS IN THE NEURAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT
    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. Pedroarena, CM; Pose, IE; Yamuy, J; Chase, MH; Morales, FR
      Oscillatory membrane potential activity in the soma of a primary afferent neuron

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    32. Loeb, GE; Brown, IE; Cheng, EJ
      A hierarchical foundation for models of sensorimotor control

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    33. Grill, SE; Rosenberger, WF; Boyle, K; Cannon, M; Hallett, M
      Perception of timing of kinesthetic stimuli

      NEUROREPORT
    34. Duysens, J; van Wezel, BMH; van de Crommert, HWAA; Faist, M; Kooloos, JGM
      The role of afferent feedback in the control of hamstrings activity duringhuman gait

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY
    35. NARDONE A; SCHIEPPATI M
      MEDIUM-LATENCY RESPONSE TO MUSCLE STRETCH IN HUMAN LOWER-LIMB - ESTIMATION OF CONDUCTION-VELOCITY OF GROUP-II FIBERS AND CENTRAL DELAY

      Neuroscience letters
    36. Ribot-Ciscar, E; Rossi-Durand, C; Roll, JP
      Muscle spindle activity following muscle tendon vibration in man

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    37. BOLTON PS
      THE SOMATOSENSORY SYSTEM OF THE NECK AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics
    38. GLADDEN MH; JANKOWSKA E; CZARKOWSKABAUCH J
      NEW OBSERVATIONS ON COUPLING BETWEEN GROUP-II MUSCLE AFFERENTS AND FELINE GAMMA-MOTONEURONS

      Journal of physiology
    39. KHAKH BS; HENDERSON G
      HYPERPOLARIZATION-ACTIVATED CATIONIC CURRENTS (I-H) IN NEURONS OF THETRIGEMINAL MESENCEPHALIC NUCLEUS OF THE RAT

      Journal of physiology
    40. PROCHAZKA A; GORASSINI M
      ENSEMBLE FIRING OF MUSCLE AFFERENTS RECORDED DURING NORMAL LOCOMOTIONIN CATS

      Journal of physiology
    41. MORITA H; PETERSEN N; CHRISTENSEN LOD; SINKJAER T; NIELSEN J
      SENSITIVITY OF H-REFLEXES AND STRETCH REFLEXES TO PRESYNAPTIC INHIBITION IN HUMANS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    42. WIERZBICKA MM; GILHODES JC; ROLL JP
      VIBRATION-INDUCED POSTURAL POSTEFFECTS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    43. REFSHAUGE KM; KILBREATH SL; GANDEVIA SC
      MOVEMENT DETECTION AT THE DISTAL JOINT OF THE HUMAN THUMB AND FINGERS

      Experimental Brain Research
    44. MURPHY PR; HAMMOND GR
      REVERSAL OF FUSIMOTOR REFLEX RESPONSES DURING LOCOMOTION IN THE DECEREBRATE CAT

      Experimental physiology
    45. CHERKASSKY VL
      AFTER-EFFECTS OF PRECEDING MOVEMENT ON DYNAMIC-RESPONSES OF SPINDLE PRIMARY AFFERENTS DURING PASSIVE MUSCLE LENGTHENING IN THE CAT

      Neuroscience
    46. OAKLEY RA; LEFCORT FB; CLARY DO; REICHARDT LF; PREVETTE D; OPPENHEIM RW; FRANK E
      NEUROTROPHIN-8 PROMOTES THE DIFFERENTIATION OF MUSCLE-SPINDLE AFFERENTS IN THE ABSENCE OF PERIPHERAL TARGETS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    47. SUGIMOTO T; FUJIYOSHI Y; HE YF; XIAO C; ICHIKAWA H
      TRIGEMINAL PRIMARY PROJECTION TO THE RAT-BRAIN STEM SENSORY TRIGEMINAL NUCLEAR-COMPLEX AND SURROUNDING STRUCTURES REVEALED BY ANTEROGRADE TRANSPORT OF CHOLERA-TOXIN-B SUBUNIT-CONJUGATED AND BANDEIRAEA-SIMPLICIFOLIA ISOLECTIN B4-CONJUGATED HORSERADISH-PEROXIDASE

      Neuroscience research
    48. DELNEGRO CA; CHANDLER SH
      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND THEORETICAL-ANALYSIS OF K+ CURRENTS CONTROLLING DISCHARGE IN NEONATAL RAT MESENCEPHALIC TRIGEMINAL NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    49. VANDERBILT A; OTTENHOFF FAM; VANDERGLAS HW; BOSMAN F; ABBINK JH
      MODULATION OF THE MANDIBULAR STRETCH REFLEX SENSITIVITY DURING VARIOUS PHASES OF RHYTHMIC OPEN-CLOSE MOVEMENTS IN HUMANS

      Journal of dental research
    50. NAKAGAWA S; KURATA S; YOSHIDA A; NAGASE Y; MORITANI M; TAKEMURA M; BAE YC; SHIGENAGA Y
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL OBSERVATIONS OF SYNAPTIC CONNECTIONS OF VIBRISSA AFFERENT TERMINALS IN CAT PRINCIPAL SENSORY NUCLEUS AND MORPHOMETRY OF RELATED SYNAPTIC ELEMENTS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    51. BAE YC; PARK KP; YOSHIDA A; NAKAGAWA S; KURATA S; CHEN K; TAKEMURA M; SHIGENAGA Y
      IDENTIFICATION OF GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID-IMMUNOREACTIVE AXON ENDINGSASSOCIATED WITH MESENCEPHALIC PERIODONTAL AFFERENT TERMINALS AND MORPHOMETRY OF THE 2 TYPES OF TERMINALS IN THE CAT SUPRATRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    52. SAAD M; DUBUC R; WIDMER CG; WESTBERG KG; LUND JP
      ANATOMICAL ORGANIZATION OF EFFERENT NEURONS INNERVATING VARIOUS REGIONS OF THE RABBIT MASSETER MUSCLE

      Journal of comparative neurology
    53. YANG HW; APPENTENG K; BATTEN TFC
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL SUBTYPES OF GLUTAMATE-IMMUNOREACTIVE TERMINALS ON RATTRIGEMINAL MOTONEURONS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH GABA-IMMUNOREACTIVE TERMINALS

      Experimental Brain Research
    54. ROSSI A; DECCHI B
      CHANGES IN IB HETERONYMOUS INHIBITION TO SOLEUS MOTONEURONS DURING CUTANEOUS AND MUSCLE NOCICEPTIVE STIMULATION IN HUMANS

      Brain research
    55. LIEM RSB; COPRAY JCVM; VANDERWANT JJL
      DOPAMINE-IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE RAT MESENCEPHALIC TRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS- AN ULTRASTRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

      Brain research
    56. BOUT RG; TELLEGEN AJ; DUBBELDAM JL
      CENTRAL CONNECTIONS OF THE NUCLEUS MESENCEPHALICUS NERVI TRIGEMINI INTHE MALLARD (ANAS-PLATYRHYNCHOS L)

      The Anatomical record
    57. JANKOWSKA E; PERFILIEVA EV; RIDDELL JS
      HOW EFFECTIVE IS INTEGRATION OF INFORMATION FROM MUSCLE AFFERENTS IN SPINAL PATHWAYS

      NeuroReport
    58. NAGY I; WOOLF CJ
      LIGNOCAINE SELECTIVELY REDUCES C FIBER-EVOKED NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN RAT SPINAL-CORD IN-VITRO BY DECREASING N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE AND NEUROKININ RECEPTOR-MEDIATED POSTSYNAPTIC DEPOLARIZATIONS - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL CENTRALLY ACTING ANALGESICS

      Pain
    59. NARDONE A; GRASSO M; GIORDANO A; SCHIEPPATI M
      DIFFERENT EFFECT OF HEIGHT ON LATENCY OF LEG AND FOOT SHORT-LATENCY AND MEDIUM-LATENCY EMG RESPONSES TO PERTURBATION OF STANCE IN HUMANS

      Neuroscience letters
    60. ANGEL MJ; GUERTIN P; JIMENEZ I; MCCREA DA
      GROUP-I EXTENSOR AFFERENTS EVOKE DISYNAPTIC EPSPS IN CAT HINDLIMB EXTENSOR MOTOR-NEURONS DURING FICTIVE LOCOMOTION

      Journal of physiology
    61. WENG HR; SCHOUENBORG J
      CUTANEOUS INHIBITORY RECEPTIVE-FIELDS OF WITHDRAWAL REFLEXES IN THE DECEREBRATE SPINAL RAT

      Journal of physiology
    62. CORNA S; GALANTE M; GRASSO M; NARDONE A; SCHIEPPATI M
      UNILATERAL DISPLACEMENT OF LOWER-LIMB EVOKES BILATERAL EMG RESPONSES IN LEG AND FOOT MUSCLES IN STANDING HUMANS

      Experimental Brain Research
    63. ENRIQUEZ M; JIMENEZ I; RUDOMIN P
      SEGMENTAL AND SUPRASPINAL CONTROL OF SYNAPTIC EFFECTIVENESS OF FUNCTIONALLY IDENTIFIED MUSCLE AFFERENTS IN THE CAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    64. LIEM RSB; COPRAY JCVM
      IMMUNOGOLD LOCALIZATION OF SEROTONIN WITHIN SYNAPTIC TERMINALS IN THERAT MESENCEPHALIC TRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS

      Acta anatomica
    65. SUR C; MCKERNAN R; TRILLER A
      SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF THE GABA(A) RECEPTOR GAMMA-2 SUBUNIT IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      European journal of neuroscience
    66. OAKLEY RA; GARNER AS; LARGE TH; FRANK E
      MUSCLE SENSORY NEURONS REQUIRE NEUROTROPHIN-3 FROM PERIPHERAL-TISSUESDURING THE PERIOD OF NORMAL-CELL DEATH

      Development
    67. BERGENHEIM M; JOHANSSON H; PEDERSEN J
      THE ROLE OF THE GAMMA-SYSTEM FOR IMPROVING INFORMATION-TRANSMISSION IN POPULATIONS OF IA AFFERENTS

      Neuroscience research
    68. SCHENAU GJV; VANSOEST AJ; GABREELS FJM; HORSTINK MWIM
      THE CONTROL OF MULTIJOINT MOVEMENTS RELIES ON DETAILED INTERNAL REPRESENTATIONS

      Human movement science
    69. JOHANSSON H; BERGENHEIM M; DJUPSJOBACKA M; SJOLANDER P
      A METHOD FOR ANALYSIS OF ENCODING OF STIMULUS SEPARATION IN ENSEMBLESOF AFFERENTS

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    70. MCCREA DA; SHEFCHYK SJ; STEPHENS MJ; PEARSON KG
      DISYNAPTIC GROUP-I EXCITATION OF SYNERGIST ANKLE EXTENSOR MOTONEURONSDURING FICTIVE LOCOMOTION IN THE CAT

      Journal of physiology
    71. GUERTIN P; ANGEL MJ; PERREAULT MC; MCCREA DA
      ANKLE EXTENSOR GROUP-I AFFERENTS EXCITE EXTENSORS THROUGHOUT THE HINDLIMB DURING FICTIVE LOCOMOTION IN THE CAT

      Journal of physiology
    72. PERREAULT MC; ANGEL MJ; GUERTIN P; MCCREA DA
      EFFECTS OF STIMULATION OF HINDLIMB FLEXOR GROUP-II AFFERENTS DURING FICTIVE LOCOMOTION IN THE CAT

      Journal of physiology
    73. MILES TS; POLIAKOV AV; NORDSTROM MA
      RESPONSES OF HUMAN MASSETER MOTOR UNITS TO STRETCH

      Journal of physiology
    74. LI YQ; TAKADA M; KANEKO T; MIZUNO N
      PREMOTOR NEURONS FOR TRIGEMINAL MOTOR NUCLEUS NEURONS INNERVATING THEJAW-CLOSING AND JAW-OPENING MUSCLES - DIFFERENTIAL DISTRIBUTION IN THE LOWER BRAIN-STEM OF THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    75. MACALUSO GM; DELAAT A
      H-REFLEXES IN MASSETER AND TEMPORALIS MUSCLES IN MAN

      Experimental Brain Research
    76. SCHIEPPATI M; NARDONE A; SILIOTTO R; GRASSO M
      EARLY AND LATE STRETCH RESPONSES OF HUMAN FOOT MUSCLES INDUCED BY PERTURBATION OF STANCE

      Experimental Brain Research
    77. NOGA BR; JANKOWSKA E; SKOOG B
      DEPRESSION OF TRANSMISSION FROM GROUP-II MUSCLE AFFERENTS BY ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF THE CUNEIFORM NUCLEUS IN THE CAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    78. CAPADAY C
      THE EFFECTS OF BACLOFEN ON THE STRETCH REFLEX PARAMETERS OF THE CAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    79. ROSSI A; DECCHI B
      CUTANEOUS NOCICEPTIVE FACILITATION OF IB HETERONYMOUS PATHWAYS TO LOWER-LIMB MOTONEURONS IN HUMANS

      Brain research
    80. LATASH ML; GOODMAN SR
      AN EQUILIBRIUM-POINT MODEL OF ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC PATTERNS DURING SINGLE-JOINT MOVEMENTS BASED ON EXPERIMENTALLY RECONSTRUCTED CONTROL SIGNALS

      Journal of electromyography and kinesiology
    81. JANKOWSKA E; LACKBERG ZS; DYREHAG LE
      EFFECTS OF MONOAMINES ON TRANSMISSION FROM GROUP-II MUSCLE AFFERENTS IN SACRAL SEGMENTS IN THE CAT

      European journal of neuroscience
    82. RO JY; CAPRA NF
      RECEPTIVE-FIELD PROPERTIES OF TRIGEMINOTHALAMIC NEURONS IN THE ROSTRAL TRIGEMINAL SENSORY NUCLEI OF CATS

      Somatosensory & motor research
    83. CAPRA NF; RO JY; WAX TD
      PHYSIOLOGICAL IDENTIFICATION OF JAW-MOVEMENT-RELATED NEURONS IN THE TRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS OF CATS

      Somatosensory & motor research
    84. SCHALOW G; BERSCH U; GOCKING K; ZACH GA
      INTERSPIKE INTERVALS OF SECONDARY MUSCLE-SPINDLE AND URINARY-BLADDER AFFERENTS IN RELATION TO THE OSCILLATION PERIODS OF SACRAL SPINAL OSCILLATORS FOR CONTINENCE IN MAN

      Physiological Research
    85. HOPF HC
      TOPODIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF BRAIN-STEM REFLEXES

      Muscle & nerve
    86. PRUDHOMME MJL; KALASKA JF
      PROPRIOCEPTIVE ACTIVITY IN PRIMATE PRIMARY SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX DURING ACTIVE ARM REACHING MOVEMENTS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    87. HOCHMAN S; MCCREA DA
      EFFECTS OF CHRONIC SPINALIZATION ON ANKLE EXTENSOR MOTONEURONS .1. COMPOSITE MONOSYNAPTIC IA EPSPS IN 4 MOTONEURON POOLS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    88. BONASERA SJ; NICHOLS TR
      MECHANICAL ACTIONS OF HETEROGENIC REFLEXES LINKING LONG TOE FLEXORS WITH ANKLE AND KNEE EXTENSORS OF THE CAT HINDLIMB

      Journal of neurophysiology
    89. GRAHAM B; REDMAN S
      A SIMULATION OF ACTION-POTENTIALS IN SYNAPTIC BOUTONS DURING PRESYNAPTIC INHIBITION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    90. SCHAFER SS
      REGULARITY IN THE GENERATION OF DISCHARGE PATTERNS BY PRIMARY AND SECONDARY MUSCLE-SPINDLE AFFERENTS, AS RECORDED UNDER A RAMP-AND-HOLD STRETCH

      Experimental Brain Research
    91. PERLMUTTER SI; ELDRED E
      EFFECTS OF HIGH-FREQUENCY (500-600 HZ), ANTIDROMIC STIMULATION ON PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SPINDLE AFFERENTS

      Journal of electromyography and kinesiology
    92. LJUBISAVLJEVIC M; ANASTASIJEVIC R
      FUSIMOTOR - INDUCED POST-CONTRACTION CHANGES IN MUSCLE-SPINDLE AFFERENT OUTFLOW AND RESPONSIVENESS IN MUSCLE FATIGUE IN DECEREBRATE CATS - EFFECTS OF AFFERENT INFLOW FROM OUTSIDE THE CONTRACTING MUSCLE

      Acta veterinaria
    93. PIERCE JP; MENDELL LM
      QUANTITATIVE ULTRASTRUCTURE OF IA BOUTONS IN THE VENTRAL HORN - SCALING AND POSITIONAL RELATIONSHIPS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    94. STEFFENS H; SCHOMBURG ED
      CONVERGENCE IN SEGMENTAL REFLEX PATHWAYS FROM NOCICEPTIVE AND NONNOCICEPTIVE AFFERENTS TO ALPHA-MOTONEURONS IN THE CAT

      Journal of physiology
    95. JANKOWSKA E; RIDDELL JS
      A RELAY FOR INPUT FROM GROUP-II MUSCLE AFFERENTS IN SACRAL SEGMENTS OF THE CAT SPINAL-CORD

      Journal of physiology
    96. FUGLEVAND AJ; WINTER DA; PATLA AE
      MODELS OF RECRUITMENT AND RATE CODING ORGANIZATION IN MOTOR-UNIT POOLS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    97. LAFLEUR J; ZYTNICKI D; HORCHOLLEBOSSAVIT G; JAMI L
      DECLINING INHIBITION IN IPSILATERAL AND CONTRALATERAL LUMBAR MOTONEURONS DURING CONTRACTIONS OF AN ANKLE EXTENSOR MUSCLE IN THE CAT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    98. MEUNIER S; PIERROTDESEILLIGNY E; SIMONETTA M
      PATTERN OF MONOSYNAPTIC HETERONYMOUS IA CONNECTIONS IN THE HUMAN LOWER-LIMB

      Experimental Brain Research
    99. TAKAKUSAKI K; KOHYAMA J; MATSUYAMA K; MORI S
      SYNAPTIC MECHANISMS ACTING ON LUMBAR MOTONEURONS DURING POSTURAL AUGMENTATION INDUCED BY SEROTONIN INJECTION INTO THE ROSTRAL PONTINE RETICULAR-FORMATION IN DECEREBRATE CATS

      Experimental Brain Research
    100. JANKOWSKA E
      INTERNEURONAL RELAY IN SPINAL PATHWAYS FROM PROPRIOCEPTORS

      Progress in neurobiology


ASDD Area Sistemi Dipartimentali e Documentali, Università di Bologna, Catalogo delle riviste ed altri periodici
Documento generato il 28/02/20 alle ore 13:22:28