Cholinergic inhibitory mechanism in the cerebral cortex
Numerous investigations have been concerned with demonstrating the role of chemical substances, especially acetylcholine, in central synaptic transmission. The results are conclusive for Renshaw cells, but are only suggestive for the cerebral cortex.
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