Accession Number : AD0617795
Title : ROLE OF RENSHAW ANTIDROMIC INHIBITION ON THE EFFERENT ACTIVITY OF THE SPINAL CORD IN MAN,
Corporate Author : MILAN UNIV (ITALY)
Personal Author(s) : Margaria,R. ; Gualtierotti,T. ; Spinelli,D.
Report Date : 1957
Pagination or Media Count : 1
Abstract : The function of Renshaw antidromic inhibition in the activity of the spinal centers was investigated. It is suggested that there is a link between the rhythm of discharge of the single motoneurons of the spinal cord, the silent period in the muscle and the Renshaw antidromic inhibition. This last is presumably the main controlling mechanism for the efferent activity of the spinal centers, and it seems responsible for their low frequency of discharge.
Descriptors : (*SPINAL CORD, REFLEXES), MUSCLES, CONTRACTION, NERVE CELLS, NERVE FIBERS, INHIBITION, ITALY
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE