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Transcutaneous electrical spinal-cord stimulation in humans.
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We describe a novel non-invasive stimulation strategy of painless transcutaneous electrical enabling motor control (pcEmc) to neuromodulate the physiological state of the spinal cord. Expand
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Initiation and modulation of locomotor circuitry output with multisite transcutaneous electrical stimulation of the spinal cord in noninjured humans.
The mammalian lumbar spinal cord has the capability to generate locomotor activity in the absence of input from the brain. Previously, we reported that transcutaneous electrical stimulation of theExpand
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Propriospinal Bypass of the Serotonergic System That Can Facilitate Stepping
The neurotransmitter systems mediating spinal locomotion in response to epidural spinal cord stimulation (ES) have not been identified. Here, we examine the role of the serotonergic system inExpand
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Effects of spinal cord stimulation on motor functions in children with cerebral palsy
Is it possible to regulate the functional properties of abnormally developed spinal neuronal locomotor networks using transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation? This question has been studied inExpand
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Transcutaneous electrical stimulation of the spinal cord: A noninvasive tool for the activation of stepping pattern generators in humans
A new method for the activation of spinal locomotor networks (SLN) in humans by transcutaneous electrical spinal cord stimulation (tESCS) has been described. The tESCS applied in the region of theExpand
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Treadmill training accelerates restoration of locomotion after complete spinal cord transection in the rat.
This short communication is devoted to the problem of the effect of the regular treadmill training on the restoration of motor function after spinal cord interruption. Experiments were carried out onExpand
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Morphofunctional characteristics of the lumbar enlargement of the spinal cord in rats
The topography of the lumbar enlargement of the spinal cord in rats was studied; an immunohistochemical method was used to determine the distribution of synaptophysin — a membrane protein of synapticExpand
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Effect of locomotor training and functional electrical stimulation on postural function in children with severe cerebral palsy
Cerebral palsy (CP) considerably impairs the ability to maintain upright stance. The effects of locomotor training and functional electrical stimulation (FES) on postural control were determined inExpand
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[Transcutaneous electrical stimulation of the spinal cord: non-invasive tool for activation of locomotor circuitry in human].
A new tool for locomotor circuitry activation in the non-injured human by transcutaneous electrical spinal cord stimulation (tSCS) has been described. We show that continuous tSCS over T11-T12Expand
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Mechanical stimulation of the support zones of soles: The method of noninvasive activation of the stepping movement generators in humans
The effects of mechanical stimulation of the soles’ support zones in the modes of slow and fast walking (75 and 120 steps per minute) were studied using the model of supportlessness (legsExpand
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