PMID: 5910005Mar 11, 1966

Noradrenaline and inhibition of Renshaw cells

Science
T J Biscoe, D R Curtis

Abstract

Although postsynaptic inhibition of Renshaw cells in the spine is blocked by strychnine the depression of these neurons by electrophoretically administered noradrenaline is resistant to this alkaloid. This finding raises doubts as to whether noradrenaline is an inhibitory transmitter in the spinal cord of the cat.

Citations

Apr 1, 1989·Pflügers Archiv : European journal of physiology·D ManzoniP d'Ascanio
Sep 1, 1988·Pflügers Archiv : European journal of physiology·S J FungC D Barnes
Aug 26, 1968·Brain Research·D R Curtis, W C De Groat
Nov 1, 1966·International Journal of Neuropharmacology·T J BiscoeR W Ryall
Jan 1, 1990·Progress in Neurobiology·U Windhorst
Oct 1, 1970·British Journal of Pharmacology·B N Dhawan, J N Sharma
Jun 8, 1972·Brain Research·R W RyallC Polosa
May 27, 1967·Nature·T J Biscoe, D R Curtis
Nov 19, 1971·Nature·T W Stone
Sep 30, 1967·Nature·D R CurtisG A Johnston
Sep 30, 1967·Nature·D R Curtis

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