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Postnatal changes in the repetitive firing properties of rat jaw-closing motoneurons
The Journal of Japanese Society of Stomatognathic Function
Feeding behavior drastically changes from suckling to chewing during the postnatal period. Thus, it is possible that the firing properties of jaw-closing motoneurons (JCMNs), one of the final common pathways in the oro-motor system, are also altered during the postnatal period. We examined the repetitive firing properties of JCMNs in developing rats from an early postnatal stage to a post-weaning stage using intracellular recording techniques. Firing frequency adaptation was observed within thedoi:10.7144/sgf.19.137 fatcat:q2scinj3rbfvlnc2cnvqlaemoq