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Motor neurons and GABA

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Why are most neurons GABAergic? What are the advantages to have GABA neurons in motor systems?

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Most interneurons are GABAergic. This is advantageous due to the fast-spiking phyisiology of GABAergic nerons in general. In other words, a sensory or motor neuron, for instance, ...

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