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* Corresponding author 1 LIB - Laboratoire d-Imagerie Biomédicale 2 Sensorimotor Performance Laboratory 3 The Graduate Center 4 Sensory Motor Performance Program 5 Department of Physical medicine and rehabilitation

Abstract : Reciprocal Ia inhibition constitutes a key segmental neuronal pathway for coordination of antagonist muscles. In this study, we investigated the soleus H-reflex and reciprocal inhibition exerted from flexor group Ia afferents on soleus motoneurons during standing and walking in 15 healthy subjects following transcranial magnetic stimulation TMS. The effects of separate TMS or deep peroneal nerve DPN stimulation and the effects of combined TMS + DPN stimuli on the soleus H-reflex were assessed during standing and at mid-and late stance phases of walking. Subthreshold TMS induced short-latency facilitation on the soleus H-reflex that was present during standing and at midstance but not at late stance of walking. Reciprocal inhibition was increased during standing and at late stance but not at the midstance phase of walking. The effects of combined TMS and DPN stimuli on the soleus H-reflex significantly changed between tasks, resulting in an extra facilitation of the soleus H-reflex during standing and not during walking. Our findings indicate that corticospinal inputs and Ia inhibitory interneurons interact at the spinal level in a task-dependent manner, and that corticospinal modulation of reciprocal Ia inhibition is stronger during standing than during walking.

Keywords : Ia interneurons Humans motor control TMS soleus H-reflex





Autor: Berthe Hanna-Boutros - Sina Sangari - Louis-Solal Giboin - Mohamed-Mounir El Mendili - Alexandra Lackmy-Vallée - Véronique Marc

Fuente: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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