Imaging human supraspinal locomotor centers in brainstem and cerebellum

@article{Jahn2008ImagingHS,
  title={Imaging human supraspinal locomotor centers in brainstem and cerebellum},
  author={Klaus Jahn and Angela Deutschl{\"a}nder and Thomas Stephan and Roger Kalla and Martin Wiesmann and Michael Strupp and Thomas Brandt},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2008},
  volume={39},
  pages={786-792}
}
An erect posture with bipedal locomotion is a characteristic feature of humans compared to other mammals. Most of our knowledge about the hierarchical network of supraspinal locomotor centers derives from animal experiments, mainly in the cat. We posed the question of whether evolutionary transition from quadrupedal to bipedal locomotion--with associated change of foreleg function--caused reorganization of these supraspinal locomotor centers. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, we… CONTINUE READING
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