By Giuseppe Moruzzi, Alfred Fessard and Herbert H. Jasper (Eds.)
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Has Professor Eccles investigated the effects of thiosemicarbazide or other convulsant agents on such presynaptic inhibitory mechanisms in the spinal cord? ADEY,W. ,DUNLOP, C. , KILLAM, K. F. and BRAZIER,M. A. B. In: Inhibition in the nervous system and gamma-aminobutyric acid. Pergamon, London, 1960: 3 17-323. R. JUNG: The most interesting features of presynaptic inhibition at sensory terminals, besides the mechanism of its postulated axon-axonal synapses seem to be its long duration and its large dipole potentiul Jield with electrotonic spread along the posterior roots.
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12. In general terms it can be stated that presynaptic inhibition provides the first stage in what we may term “perceptual attention”, whereby powerful sensory inputs with an implica- 1NHlRlTORY ACTIONS IN THE SPINAL CORD ‘C x 80. 60’ 0 0 100 100 100 300 300 su SP 400 500 5P su msec Fig. 13 Interaction of cutaneous volleys as revealed by dorsal root potentials (DRP) recorded as in Fig. 9 A . The rootlet was taken from the caudal part of LS dorsal root. A shows the control dorsal root potential (CON) generated by a SP volley and its inhibition by a preceding volley in SU at intervals given by the time scale.
Brain Mechanisms by Giuseppe Moruzzi, Alfred Fessard and Herbert H. Jasper (Eds.)