Olga Gajewska-Woźniak

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Cholinergic input modulates excitability of motoneurons and plays an important role in the control of locomotion in both intact and spinalized animals. However, spinal cord transection in adult rats(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)
Beneficial effects of locomotor training on the functional recovery after complete transection of the spinal cord indicate that in chronic spinal animals spontaneous recovery processes are enhanced(More)
To find the source of reduced NT-3 mRNA level in the soleus muscle, which was not reflected by changes in NT-3 protein, upregulated by stimulation, we attempted to evaluate a contribution of four(More)
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