Temporal features of directional tuning by spinocerebellar neurons: relation to limb geometry.

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1. We showed previously that neurons in the dorsal spinocerebellar tract (DSCT) may encode whole-limb parameters of movement and posture rather than localized proprioceptive information. Neurons were found to respond to hindlimb movements in the sagittal plane with maximum activity for foot placements in one direction and minimum activity for placements in… (More)

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@article{Bosco1996TemporalFO, title={Temporal features of directional tuning by spinocerebellar neurons: relation to limb geometry.}, author={G.. Bosco and Richard Poppele}, journal={Journal of neurophysiology}, year={1996}, volume={75 4}, pages={1647-58} }