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Brain Nuclei Controlling the Spinal Respiratory Motoneurons in the Newborn Mouse

  • Michelle Bévengut
  • Patrice Coulon
  • Gérard Hilaire
Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 605)

A retrograde and transneuronal infection with rabies virus was performed in mouse neonates to locate the central nervous structures involved in the motor command of the spinal respiratory motoneurons and to discriminate the location and hierarchical organization of the neurons in and between these infected central nervous structures.

Keywords

Rabies Virus Mouse Neonate Respiratory Rhythm Zona Incerta Infected Neuron 
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  • Michelle Bévengut
  • Patrice Coulon
  • Gérard Hilaire

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