Speed-dependent contribution of callosal pathways to ipsilateral movements.

@article{Tazoe2013SpeeddependentCO,
  title={Speed-dependent contribution of callosal pathways to ipsilateral movements.},
  author={Toshiki Tazoe and M{\'o}nica A. P{\'e}rez},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 41},
  pages={
          16178-88
        }
}
Transcallosal inhibitory interactions between primary motor cortices are important to suppress unintended movements in a resting limb during voluntary activation of the contralateral limb. The functional contribution of transcallosal inhibition targeting the voluntary active limb remains unknown. Using transcranial magnetic stimulation, we examined transcallosal inhibition [by measuring interhemispheric inhibition (IHI) and the ipsilateral silent period (iSP)] in the preparatory and execution… CONTINUE READING
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