interneuronal


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in·ter·neu·ron

 (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.

interneuronal

(ˌɪntəˈnjʊərənəl; ˌɪntənjʊəˈrəʊnəl)
adj
(Physiology) physiol existing or occurring between neurons
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Furthermore, several studies have shown that the arbours of small-diameter primary C-fibre afferents can enlarge greatly in rats and mice after SCI potentially leading to increased reflex excitation of preganglionic neurons, via interneuronal pathways.
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Both intravenous and volatile anaesthetics will suppress interneuronal activity in the cerebral cortex (23), but an animal study showed that volatile anaesthetics modulate synaptic transmission through gABA(A), NMDA and non-NMDA receptors while propofol affects synaptic transmission through gABA(A) receptors alone (24).
This form of interneuronal communication is much less common in the mammalian CNS than chemical transmission and will not be discussed any further.
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A series of destructive cellular events transpire that either activates cascades that increase interneuronal calcium or becomes activated by excess calcium (Mcilvoy, 2005).
In the next 25 years, we will learn how to augment our 100 trillion very slow interneuronal connections with high-speed virtual connections via nanorobotics.