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Recurrent inhibition from motor axon collaterals of transmission in the Ia inhibitory pathway to motoneurones

Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift
Författare Hans Hultborn
Elzbieta Jankowska
Sivert Lindström
Publicerad i The Journal of Physiology
Volym 215
Sidor 591-612
ISSN 00223751
Publiceringsår 1971
Publicerad vid Fysiologiska institutionen
Sidor 591-612
Språk en
Ämneskategorier Medicinska grundvetenskaper

Sammanfattning

1. The effects of impulses in recurrent motor axon collaterals on reflex transmission from different types of primary afferents to motoneurones were investigated in the cat by conditioning of PSPs evoked in motoneurones. 2. IPSPs evoked by volleys in large muscle spindle (Ia) afferents were effectively decreased when preceded by an antidromic stimulation of ventral roots. Some IPSPs from group II muscle afferents and low threshold cutaneous afferents were also slightly depressed, while other PSPs were unaffected. 3. The depression of the IPSPs could be evoked by antidromic volleys, which produced neither conductance changes in the motoneurones nor depolarization of Ia afferent terminals. 4. The effect on the Ia IPSPs is most likely due to post‐synaptic inhibition of the Ia inhibitory interneurones, evoked through α‐motor axon collaterals and Renshaw cells. The depression of some IPSPs from flexor reflex afferents is explained by a convergence of excitatory effects from these afferents on the Ia inhibitory interneurones. 5. The results indicate a selective recurrent control from motor axon collaterals of the interneurones in the reciprocal Ia inhibitory pathway to motoneurones. © 1971 The Physiological Society

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