The effect of two episodes of denervation and reinnervation on skeletal muscle contractile function.


Sensory or motor "baby-sitting" has been proposed as a clinical strategy to preserve muscle integrity if motion-specific axons must regenerate over a long distance to reach denervated target muscles. Denervated muscles are innervated temporarily by using axons from nearby sensory or motor nerves. After motion specific motor axons have reached the target… (More)

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