Definitions

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  • adj. activated by glycine

Etymologies

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glycine +‎ -ergic

Examples

  • The effect of DAMGO on the frequency and amplitude of mini EPSCs recorded from inspiratory XII MNs was assessed with whole-cell recordings made in the presence of bath-applied TTX (1 µM), strychnine (10 µM), and bicuculline (10 µM) to block action potentials and GABA and glycinergic IPSCs, respectively.

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  • Indeed, Lu et al. [4] also reported the presence of vGlut2 containing neurons in the SLD and we have shown that when SLD neurons are desinhibited by Bic, they excite glycinergic neurons of the RMg, GiA and Giv and also the intralaminar thalamic relay neurons

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  • Holstege JC, Bongers CM (1991) A glycinergic projection from the ventromedial lower brainstem to spinal motoneurons.

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  • We also showed that glycinergic neurons from these nuclei express Fos after a pharmacological induction of PS

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  • It has been previously shown that the GiA, GiV and RMg display a large contingent of glycinergic neurons

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  • Morales FR, Sampogna S, Rampon C, Luppi PH, Chase MH (2006) Brainstem glycinergic neurons and their activation during active (rapid eye movement) sleep in the cat.

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  • They induce muscle atonia and sensory inhibition via direct excitatory projections to the glycinergic / GABAergic neurons localized in the medullary ventral reticular nuclei (GiA, GiV,

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