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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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This means that the effect of slow MNs on Renshaw cells is weak, but Renshaw cells exert a strong inhibitory effect on these MNs (26).
At lower intensities, excitement of Renshaw cells, secondary to slow MN activities, increases and these cells inhibit fast MNs in addition to slow ones.
In the 1940s Renshaw discovered RI of motoneuron axon collateral inhibited spinal MSR induced by activating a group of interneurons located in the spinal motoneuron area via reverse stimulation of the axon of the motoneurons [1], thus the interneuron named Renshaw cell and the inhibition named Renshaw recurrent inhibition [2, 8].