Plasticity of interneuronal networks of the functionally isolated human spinal cord

@article{Harkema2008PlasticityOI,
  title={Plasticity of interneuronal networks of the functionally isolated human spinal cord},
  author={Susan J. Harkema},
  journal={Brain Research Reviews},
  year={2008},
  volume={57},
  pages={255-264}
}
The loss of walking after human spinal cord injury has been attributed to the dominance of supraspinal over spinal mechanisms. The evidence for central pattern generation in humans is limited due to the inability to conclusively isolate the circuitry from descending and afferent input. However, studying individuals following spinal cord injury with no detectable influence on spinal networks from supraspinal centers can provide insight to their interaction with afferent input. The focus of this… CONTINUE READING
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