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Further study of central nervous action, however, finds central inhibition too extensive and ubiquitous to make it likely that it is confined solely to the taxis of antagonistic muscles.

Charles Scott Sherrington

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His weekday work hours were from 07:30 a. Rose had puCharles Scott Sherringtond Sherrington towards medicine. In the same year Sherrington earned the degree of M.

Sir Charles Scott Sherrington OM GBE PRS (27 November 1857 – 4 March 1952) was an English neurophysiologist histologist bacteriologist and a pathologist Nobel laureate and president of the Royal Society in the early 1920s. Sherrington received the prize for showing that reflexes require integrated activation and demonstrated reciprocal innervation of muscles (Sherrington's Law). Prior to the work of Sherrington and Adrian it was widely accepted that reflexes occurred as isolated activity within a reflex arc.

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