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This paper studies the possible benefit that can be obtained by introducing variability into the robotic control of trajectories used to train hindlimb locomotion in adult spinal mice. The spinal cords of adult female SwissWebster mice were completely transected at a mid-thoracic level. Fourteen days post-transection, the spinal mice were robotically(More)
Novel flexible parylene-based high-density electrode arrays have been developed for functional electrical stimulation in retinal and spinal cord applications. These electrode arrays are microfabricated according to single-metal-layer and, most recently, dual-metal-layer processes. A new heat-molding process has been implemented to conform electrode arrays(More)
This paper introduces a new "assist-as-needed" (AAN) training paradigm for rehabilitation of spinal cord injuries via robotic training devices. In the pilot study reported in this paper, nine female adult Swiss-Webster mice were divided into three groups, each experiencing a different robotic training control strategy: a fixed training trajectory (Fixed(More)
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