Acknowledgements We are grateful to Alessandra Cusan of UNICEF ICDC for very able and patient research assistance, to Veèernek for their help in various ways in assembling and interpreting data on the transition period, and to Tony Atkinson and FranHois Bourguignon for comments. Sections 2.2-2.5 draw heavily on joint work by Micklewright with A. B.… (More)
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regulating Rac1 activity during neurite outgrowth and other cellular morphological events. Because cell migration and axon outgrowth in Caenorhabiditis elegans involves the Elmo and Dock180 homologues CED-12 and CED-5, as well as the Trio homologue UNC-73 (refs 22, 23), we speculate that MIG-2, which is a target GTPase of UNC-73 and is also involved in cell… (More)
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It was supposed that sensorimotor training of the lower limb causes neural adaptations that lead to improved balance control and strength capability; however, the sites of these adaptations were not identified. PURPOSE To determine spinal and corticospinal adaptations after a specific sensorimotor training. METHODS HIM ratios from soleus muscle and… (More)