"Renshaw Cells" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Ipsilateral glycinergic inhibitory interneurons of the SPINAL CORD VENTRAL HORN which modulate recurrent firing of MOTOR NEURONS. They develop from embryonic progenitor domain V1.Ia inhibitory interneurons which also originate from V1 are responsible for reciprocal inhibition of MOTONEURONS.
- Renshaw Cells
- Cells, Renshaw
- Spinal Cord Ventral Horn Interneuron Renshaw
- Renshaw Cell
- Cell, Renshaw
- Renshaw Interneurons
- Interneurons, Renshaw
- V1-Derived Interneurons
- Interneuron, V1-Derived
- Interneurons, V1-Derived
- V1 Derived Interneurons
- V1-Derived Interneuron
Ia Inhibitory Interneurons
- Ia Inhibitory Interneurons
- Ia Inhibitory Interneuron
- Inhibitory Interneuron, Ia
- Inhibitory Interneurons, Ia
- Interneuron, Ia Inhibitory
- Interneurons, Ia Inhibitory
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