recurrent inhibition

recurrent inhibition

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22) studied recurrent inhibition of forearm flexor MNs by evaluating peak-to-peak H-reflex amplitude.
Recurrent inhibition of flexor muscles motoneurons of the man forearm research under vibration and static muscle straininfluence.
As possible factors limiting maximal activation in antagonistic muscles during co-contraction, the influences of inhibitory systems occurring at both central and peripheral sites, such as dual-task interference and Ia reciprocal inhibition as well as recurrent inhibition might be considered (Maeo et al.
They also discovered that, although the genders were similar in most aspects of spinal motor control and rapid activation of muscles, men had a higher level of recurrent inhibition, a process in which the spinal cord helps select the appropriate muscle response.
It is possible that other spinal mechanisms, such as recurrent inhibition and/or reciprocal inhibition, are responsible for the depression of the H-reflex seen in dancers.
It is assumed that both direct and recurrent inhibition are realized via switching from excitatory to inhibitory influence through the inhibitory interneurons.
As possible factors limiting maximal activation in antagonistic muscles during co-contraction including abdominal bracing, the influences of inhibitory systems occurring at both central and peripheral sites, such as dual-task interference and Ia reciprocal inhibition as well as recurrent inhibition might be considered (Maeo et al.
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