Common Inhibitor

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The Common Inhibitor Motor Neuron (CIMN) is a inhibitory motor neuron found in decapod crustaceans such as crayfish.

There is a single CIMN for each limb that innervates all of the muscles in that limb.


Anatomy

Physiology

References

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