In article <11NOV94.16249970.0288 at VM1.MCGILL.CA> "LIN,ROBERTO,MR" <B2BT000 at MUSICB.MCGILL.CA> writes:
>From: "LIN,ROBERTO,MR" <B2BT000 at MUSICB.MCGILL.CA>
>Subject: presynaptic inhibition
>Date: 11 NOV 94 15:02:46 EST
> hallo fellows
> I would like to know more about presynaptic inhibitions. If possible
> I would like to know where I could find specific informations on
> spinal cord (presynaptic inhibition especially). I found some
> articles . . . .
If you find the original papers difficult to understand (as most
non-biophysical neuroscientists surely do) you should read about
presynaptic inhibition in a good textbook.
Gordon Shepherd's "Neurobiology" 2nd ed., pp. 261-262
Kandel & Schwartz 3rd ed., pp. 207-208
Encyclopedia of Neuroscience (Vol 2) pp. 1164-5
If this doesn't provide enough for an honours-level essay you need
guidance from the faculty member concerned. It took me just over one
minute to look up the subject in the indices of these three books.
J. A. Kiernan
Department of Anatomy
Univ. of Western Ontario
LONDON, Canada N6A 5C1
(519) 679-2111 e.6822