Partial Peripheral Motor Nerve Lesions Induce Changes In The Conduction Properties Of Remaining Intact Motoneurons

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Partial peripheral motor nerve lesions induce changes in the conduction properties of remaining intact motoneurons MUSCLE & NERVE Havton, L. A., Hotson, J. R., Kellerth, J. O. 2001; 24 (5): 662-666 The selectivity and timing of motion processing in human temporo-parieto-occipital and occipital cortex: a transcranial magnetic stimulation