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Reflex, Monosynaptic

 
 
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  • The effects of neurotrophin-3 (NT-3) and NT-4/5 on the function of axotomized group Ia afferents and motoneurons comprising the monosynaptic reflex pathway were investigated [2].
  • This monosynaptic reflex was chosen because of its simple and well-defined circuitry, and because its motor component receives a dense NE innervation [3].
  • The role of capsaicin-sensitive muscle afferents in fatigue-induced modulation of the monosynaptic reflex in the rat [4].
  • Morphine (0.01-3 microM) and clonidine (0.03-1 microM) inhibited CAP-stimulated activity, but not the non-nociceptive dorsal root-evoked monosynaptic reflex (MSR) or polysynaptic (PSR) activity [5].
  • The AMPA/KA receptor antagonists CNQX (0.1-100 microM) and DNQX (0.1-30 microM) blocked nociceptive activity and were 4-fold selective for CAP-evoked potentials compared to the monosynaptic reflex [5].
 

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