One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An interneuron in the spinal cord that receives impulses from recurrent collateral branches of the axon of a motor neuron and acts chiefly to inhibit that and adjacent motor neurons.
1950s. From the name of Birdsey Renshaw, U.S. neuroscientist + cell.
Renshaw cell/ˈrɛnʃɔː ˌsɛl/
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