Coupling of antagonistic ankle muscles during co-contraction in humans

@article{Hansen2002CouplingOA,
  title={Coupling of antagonistic ankle muscles during co-contraction in humans},
  author={Steve C. Hansen and N L Hansen and L. O. D. Christensen and Nicolas T. Petersen and Jens Bo Nielsen},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={146},
  pages={282-292}
}
In 35 healthy human subjects coupling of EMGs recorded from the tibialis anterior (TA) and soleus (Sol) muscles during voluntary co-contraction was analysed in the time and frequency domains. Two patterns were observed in different subjects or in the same subject on different occasions. One pattern consisted of central peaks in the cumulant density function of the two signals, which was often accompanied by coherence in the 15–35 Hz frequency band. The other pattern consisted of a central… CONTINUE READING

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