motoneuronal

motoneuronal

(ˌməʊtəʊnjʊəˈrəʊnəl)
adj
(Physiology) anatomy of or pertaining to a motoneuron
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(2017) concluded that evidence for peripheral factors are quite weak and propose a new hypothesis that a disfacilitation, occurring at the motoneuronal level after passive muscle stretch, is a major factor affecting the neural efferent drive to the muscle and subsequent deficits in performance.
It is suggested that the chemical changes occurring in the paralytic side can act like remote motoneuronal reorganizations created by local botulinum toxin injections.
Of note, we opted not to include measures of spinal motoneuronal excitability, since this was outside the scope of the current study.
The effect of kinesiotape on function, pain, and motoneuronal excitability in healthy people and people with Achilles tendinopathy.
Ademas se han descrito otras variantes asociadas a enfermedad motoneuronal. Afecta a personas entre los 50 y los 70 anos, es la segunda causa de demencia neurodegenerativa en menores de 65 anos y la tercera en mayores.
FWave study in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: Assessment of segmental motoneuronal dysfunction.
Behavioral and motoneuronal responses to abdominal illumination.
In WT rats, RAGE shows an evident neuronal localization and marks motor neurons in the ventral horn region, as indicated by coexpression with the typical motoneuronal marker ChAT (Figure 2, WT--GM insets), with no overlapping signal with GFAP (Figure 2, WT--GM).
Another study noted projections to the contralateral motoneuronal nucleus of the forelimb muscles from the corticospinal tract on the side caudal to lower spinal cord injury in monkeys [15].
Peripheral fatigue limits endurance exercise via a sensory feedback-mediated reduction in spinal motoneuronal output.