Inhibitory Signals

Some articles on inhibitory signals, inhibitory, signals:

Direct Pathway Of Movement - Overview of Neuronal Connections and Normal Function
... nigra, known as the pars reticulata, send spontaneous inhibitory signals to the ventral anterior nucleus of the thalamus, through the release of GABA, an inhibitory neurotransmitter ... will be executed, it sends activating signals to the motor cortices ... The motor cortices send signals through the basal ganglia to refine the choice of muscles that will participate in the movement and to amplify the activity in the motor cortices that will drive the muscle ...
Indirect Pathway Of Movement - Overview of Neuronal Connections and Normal Function
... of the substantia nigra, known as the pars reticulata, send spontaneous inhibitory signals to the ventrolateral nucleus of the thalamus, through the ... activity be executed, it sends activating signals to the motor cortices ... The motor cortices send activating signals to the direct pathway through the basal ganglia, which stops inhibitory outflow from parts of the globus pallidus internus and the substantia ...
Postictal State - Causes - Active Inhibition
... is much more probable that some changes in the brain create inhibitory signals that serve to tamp down the overactive neurons and effectively end the seizure ... Leftover inhibitory signals are the most likely explanation for why there would be a period in which the threshold for provoking a second seizure is high, and lowered ... Inhibitory signals could be through GABA receptors (both fast and slow IPSPs), calcium-activated potassium receptors (which give rise to afterhyperpolarization), hyperpolarizing pumps ...

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