Alex DeHaan

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Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) leads to a variety of attentional, cognitive, and sensorimotor deficits. An important aspect of behavior that intersects each of these functions is the ability to cancel a planned action. Thus, the purpose of this study was to determine the effects of mTBI on the ability to perform a countermanding saccade task. In this(More)
The calcium-dependent contraction of vertebrate skeletal muscle is thought to be primarily controlled through the interaction of the thick and thin filaments. Through measurement of the Donnan potential, we have shown that an electrical switching mechanism (sensitive to both anions and cations) is present in both A- and I-bands [1]. Here we show that this(More)
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