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interneuron

 [in″ter-noo´ron]
a neuron between the primary afferent neuron and the final motor neuron (motoneuron). Also any neuron whose processes lie entirely within a specific area, such as the olfactory lobe.
Interneuron as part of a three-neuron reflex arc in the spinal cord. From Dorland's, 2000.
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interneuron

(ĭn′tər-no͝or′ŏn′, -nyo͝or′-)
n.
A nerve cell found entirely within the central nervous system that acts as a link between sensory neurons and motor neurons.

in′ter·neu′ro·nal (-no͝or′ə-nəl, -nyo͝or′-, -no͝o-rō′-, -nyo͝o-) adj.
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interneuron

A nerve that connects other nerves. An internuncial neuron.
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In a previous study, we located Antho-RFamide immunoreactivity in granular vesicles at two-way interneuronal synapses in the sea anemone Anthopleura (Westfall and Grimmelikhuijzen, 1993).
Interneuronal and peptidergic control of motor pattern switching in Aplysia.
The authors suggested that this recovery could be induced by interneuronal systems, which mediate corticomotoneuronal inputs to the proximal arm muscles in the normal condition [20].
2014), the ratio of neuron to glial cells, cell integrity and interneuronal communication underlying the frontal and temporal cortices (O'Muircheartaigh et al.
The prion-like properties of alpha-synuclein contribute to interneuronal spread of misfolded proteins [45].
Exosomes are released by neurons in a way depending on synaptic activity, and these exosomes can be retaken by other neurons, suggesting a novel way for interneuronal communication [73].
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In the same period of life, MBL seems also to play a role in contact guidance of neuronal migration, interneuronal recognition, myelinization, and tightening of the ependymal cell barrier [5].
La funcion principal de la sertralina es evitar que la serotonina sea recaptada por neuronas presinapticas, para asi incrementar las concentraciones de serotonina disponible entre neuronas para la etapa postsinaptica, lo cual mejora la comunicacion interneuronal [2].
Por isso, a imaturidade neurologica nao torna o RN incapaz de sensibilidade e memorias algicas; pelo contrario, a mielinizacao incompleta e compensada pelo menor distanciamento interneuronal, o que aumenta a velocidade media de conducao nervosa (4,14).