Control of motor units in human flexor digitorum profundus under different proprioceptive conditions.

Abstract

1. Changing the posture of the human fingers can functionally 'disengage' the deep finger flexor muscle from its normal action on the terminal phalanx of the fourth (or third) finger. This enables the activity of the muscle to be studied both with and without its normal proprioceptive inputs. 2. Spike trains of long duration from pairs of concurrently… (More)

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