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Strategies to induce recovery from lesions of the spinal cord have not fully resulted in clinical applications. This is a consequence of a number of impediments that axons encounter when trying to(More)
The importance of neurotrophin 3 (NT-3) for motor control prompted us to ask the question whether direct electrical stimulation of low-threshold muscle afferents, strengthening the proprioceptive(More)
This report examines the effects of unilateral electrolytic and knife-cut lesions of entorhinal cortex on glutamate uptake, the muscarinic receptor [(3)H]QNB binding and acetylcholinesterase (AChE)(More)
Locomotor exercise increases neurotrophin BDNF and its receptor TrkBFL expression in the lumbar spinal cord. Involvement of BDNF/TrkBFL in synaptic transmission raises the questions which(More)