rubrospinal

rubrospinal

 [roo″bro-spi´nal]
pertaining to the red nucleus and the spinal cord.

ru·bro·spi·nal

(rū'brō-spī'năl),
Relating to the nerve fibers passing from the red nucleus to the spinal cord: the rubrospinal tract [TA].

rubrospinal

/ru·bro·spi·nal/ (roo″bro-spi´n'l) pertaining to the red nucleus and the spinal cord.

rubrospinal

pertaining to the red nucleus and the spinal cord.

rubrospinal tract
spinal cord motor tract emanating from the red nucleus.
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Vermis and contiguous hemisphere portions are wholly called the spinocerebellum, which is associated with rubrospinal and corticospinal tracts.
Human adult olfactory neural progenitors rescue axotomized rodent rubrospinal neurons and promote functional recovery.
Our rationale is that (1) the relative contributions of various motor system structures, such as the rubrospinal tract [25], differ in humans compared with monkeys and rats (see also Nudo and Masterton for data [26] and Lang et al.
The rubrospinal and central tegmental tracts in man.
45) insan eriskin olfaktor epitel hucrelerini kadavradan izole etmisler, Bu norosfer olusturan hucrelerin brain derived neurotrophyc factor (BDNF) urettiklerini gostermisler ve bunlari rubrospinal traktus aksonlarinin retrograd hucre atrofisinden kurtarilmasi ve fonksiyonel iyilesmenin artirilmasi icin kullanmislardir.
They do, however, exert an influence over spinal interneurons through the rubrospinal and reticulospinal pathways via the brain stem by means of the red nuclei and reticular formation.
In rodents after incomplete SCI, increased activity via enriched environment promotes plasticity in spared corticospinal but not raphespinal or rubrospinal axons [75].
In addition, electrical stimulation combined with peripheral nerve grafts does not improve rubrospinal tract regeneration after partial transection [139].