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2001 773
2002 797
2003 746
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2005 827
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Retrograde Neuroanatomical Tracing of Phrenic Motor Neurons in Mice.
Vandeweerd JM, et al. J Vis Exp 2018. PMID 29553523 Free PMC article.
Phrenic motor neurons are cervical motor neurons originating from C3 to C6 levels in most mammalian species. Axonal projections converge into phrenic nerves innervating the respiratory diaphragm. In spinal cord slices, phrenic motor neurons cannot be identified from other motor neurons on morphological or biochemical criteria. ...
Phrenic motor neurons are cervical motor neurons originating from C3 to C6 levels in most mammalian species. Axo …
Modulation of gamma and alpha spinal motor neurons activity by trans-spinal direct current stimulation: effects on reflexive actions and locomotor activity.
Ahmed Z. Physiol Rep 2016. PMID 26869682 Free PMC article.
Spontaneous and evoked spinal activities interact to set the characteristics of emergent motor responses. Gamma motor neurons have feedforward and feedback functions in motor control, which are crucial for transforming motor commands into action. ...These effects were observed for cortically evoked discharges and spontaneous firing rates of gamma motor neurons, cortically evoked discharges of larger alpha motor neurons, and spontaneous firing rates of smaller alpha motor neurons. ...
Spontaneous and evoked spinal activities interact to set the characteristics of emergent motor responses. Gamma motor neuro
Transcription factor mechanisms guiding motor neuron differentiation and diversification.
Cave C and Sockanathan S. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2018 - Review. PMID 29694927 Free PMC article.
The embryonic generation of motor neurons is a complex process involving progenitor patterning, fate specification, differentiation, and maturation. ...Recent findings from in vivo and in vitro models of motor neuron development have expanded our understanding of how transcription factors govern motor neuron identity and their individual regulatory mechanisms. ...
The embryonic generation of motor neurons is a complex process involving progenitor patterning, fate specification, differenti …
Tail Nerve Electrical Stimulation and Electro-Acupuncture Can Protect Spinal Motor Neurons and Alleviate Muscle Atrophy after Spinal Cord Transection in Rats.
Zhang YT, et al. Neural Plast 2017. PMID 28744378 Free PMC article.
Electroacupuncture (EA) is a traditional Chinese medical practice which has been proven to have a neural protective effect. Here, we examined the effects of TANES and EA on lumbar motor neurons and hindlimb muscle in spinal transected rats, respectively. ...Meanwhile, the expression of neurotrophin-3 (NT-3) in the same spinal cord segment was significantly increased. These findings suggest that TANES and EA can augment the expression of NT-3 in the lumbar spinal cord that appears to protect the motor neurons as well as alleviate muscle atrophy....
Electroacupuncture (EA) is a traditional Chinese medical practice which has been proven to have a neural protective effect. Here, we …
Sub-populations of Spinal V3 Interneurons Form Focal Modules of Layered Pre-motor Microcircuits.
Chopek JW, et al. Cell Rep 2018. PMID 30282024 Free PMC article.
Layering of neural circuits facilitates the separation of neurons with high spatial sensitivity from those that play integrative temporal roles. ...But computational studies of motor behaviors have led to the concept of layered processing in the spinal cord. It has been postulated that spinal V3 interneurons (INs) play multiple roles in locomotion, leading us to investigate whether they form layered microcircuits. ...
Layering of neural circuits facilitates the separation of neurons with high spatial sensitivity from those that play integrati …
CMAP Scan MUNE (MScan) - A Novel Motor Unit Number Estimation (MUNE) Method.
Jacobsen AB, et al. J Vis Exp 2018. PMID 29939177 Free PMC article.
Like other methods for motor unit number estimation (MUNE), compound muscle action potential (CMAP) scan MUNE (MScan) is a non-invasive electrophysiologic method to estimate the number of functioning motor units in a muscle. MUNE is an important tool for the assessment of neuropathies and neuronopathies. Unlike most MUNE methods in use, MScan assesses all the motor units in a muscle, by fitting a model to a detailed stimulus-response curve, or CMAP scan. ...
Like other methods for motor unit number estimation (MUNE), compound muscle action potential (CMAP) scan MUNE (MScan) is a non-invasi …
Kv1.2 Channels Promote Nonlinear Spiking Motoneurons for Powering Up Locomotion
Bos R, et al. Cell Rep 2018. PMID 29562186 Free PMC article.
Specifically, the pharmacological and computational inhibition of Kv1.2 channels occluded the spike acceleration of rhythmically active motoneurons and the correlated slow buildup of rhythmic motor output recorded at the onset of locomotor-like activity. ...
Specifically, the pharmacological and computational inhibition of Kv1.2 channels occluded the spike acceleration of rhythmically active moto …
LIM homeodomain factors Lhx3 and Lhx4 assign subtype identities for motor neurons.
Sharma K, et al. Cell 1998. PMID 9865699 Free article.
The circuits that control movement are comprised of discrete subtypes of motor neurons. How motor neuron subclasses develop and extend axons to their correct targets is still poorly understood. ...Motor neurons develop in embryos deficient in both Lhx3 and Lhx4, but v-MN cells switch their subclass identity to become motor neurons that extend axons dorsally from the neural tube (d-MN). ...
The circuits that control movement are comprised of discrete subtypes of motor neurons. How motor neuron subclas …
Imaging neural activity in the ventral nerve cord of behaving adult Drosophila.
Chen CL, et al. Nat Commun 2018. PMID 30348941 Free PMC article.
To understand neural circuits that control limbs, one must measure their activity during behavior. Until now this goal has been challenging, because limb premotor and motor circuits have been largely inaccessible for large-scale recordings in intact, moving animals-a constraint that is true for both vertebrate and invertebrate models. ...We use this method to reveal patterns of activity across nerve cord populations during grooming and walking and to uncover the functional encoding of moonwalker ascending neurons (MANs), moonwalker descending neurons (MDNs), and a previously uncharacterized class of locomotion-associated A1 descending neurons. ...
To understand neural circuits that control limbs, one must measure their activity during behavior. Until now this goal has been chall …
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