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Spinal use‐dependent plasticity of synaptic transmission in humans after a single cycling session
The spinal cord is able to express use‐dependent plasticity, as demonstrated in spinalized cats following treadmill training. In humans, spinal use‐dependent plasticity is inferred from modificationsExpand
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Influence of somatosensory input on motor function in patients with chronic stroke
In healthy volunteers, reduction of somatosensory input from one hand leads to rapid performance improvements in the other hand. Thus, it is possible that reduction of somatosensory input from theExpand
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Contralateral hand anesthesia transiently improves poststroke sensory deficits
To test a possible strategy to alleviate somatosensory deficits after stroke.
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interval during hand anesthesia” in seven patients “with better motor function.” Three showed tapping improvement of 0% or less, and only three showed more than 10%. The range among the other six isExpand