Influence of electrical stimulation of the tibialis anterior muscle in paraplegic subjects. 2. Morphological and histochemical properties

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In adult paraplegic subjects one tibialis anterior muscle received daily electrical stimulation for 4 weeks at twice the motor threshold to determine changes of morphological and histochemical profiles (this paper) and of contractile properties (preceding paper).1 Bilateral biopsies, obtained 4 weeks before, and immediately after, electrical stimulation… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sc.1995.112

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@article{Rochester1995InfluenceOE, title={Influence of electrical stimulation of the tibialis anterior muscle in paraplegic subjects. 2. Morphological and histochemical properties}, author={Lynn Rochester and Martin John Barron and Charles S Chandler and Rachel A. Sutton and Sam F. Miller and Margaret A. Johnson}, journal={Paraplegia}, year={1995}, volume={33}, pages={514-522} }