Time course of 'set'-related changes in muscle responses to stance perturbation in humans.

@article{Schieppati1995TimeCO,
  title={Time course of 'set'-related changes in muscle responses to stance perturbation in humans.},
  author={Marco Schieppati and Antonio Nardone},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={487 ( Pt 3)},
  pages={787-96}
}
1. In standing subjects, toe-down rotation of a supporting platform elicits a medium-latency response (MLR) in tibialis anterior (TA) muscle and a long-latency response (LLR) in soleus (Sol). Toe-up rotation induces a short-latency response (SLR) in Sol and a LLR in TA. When subjects steadily hold onto a stable frame, all responses are decreased, except Sol SLR. The aim of this investigation was to assess whether the response modulation is dependent on information from the hand touching the… CONTINUE READING