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    September 2021
  1. TISSEYRE J, Cremoux S, Amarantini D, Tallet J, et al
    Increased intensity of unintended mirror muscle contractions after cervical spinal cord injury are associated with changes in interhemispheric and corticomuscular coherences.
    Behav Brain Res. 2021 Sep 6:113563. doi: 10.1016/j.bbr.2021.113563.
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    August 2021
  2. NECKEL ND, Dai H, Hanckel J, Lee Y, et al
    Skilled Reach Training Enhances Robotic Gait Training To Restore Overground Locomotion Following Spinal Cord Injury In Rats.
    Behav Brain Res. 2021 Aug 3:113490. doi: 10.1016/j.bbr.2021.113490.
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    June 2021
  3. NECKEL ND, Dai H
    Viscous Field Training Induces After Effects But Hinders Recovery of Overground Locomotion Following Spinal Cord Injury In Rats.
    Behav Brain Res. 2021 Jun 18:113415. doi: 10.1016/j.bbr.2021.113415.
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    February 2021
  4. HAMIDABADI HG, Simorgh S, Kamrava SK, Namjoo Z, et al
    Promoting Motor Functions in a Spinal Cord Injury Model of Rats Using Transplantation of Differentiated Human Olfactory Stem Cells: A Step towards Future Therapy.
    Behav Brain Res. 2021 Feb 23:113205. doi: 10.1016/j.bbr.2021.113205.
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  5. PAN L, Tan B, Tang W, Luo M, et al
    Combining task-based rehabilitative training with PTEN inhibition promotes axon regeneration and upper extremity skilled motor function recovery after cervical spinal cord injury in adult mice.
    Behav Brain Res. 2021 Feb 20:113197. doi: 10.1016/j.bbr.2021.113197.
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    May 2019
  6. DE VLOO P, Nuttin B
    Stereotaxy in rat models: Current state of the art, proposals to improve targeting accuracy and reporting guideline.
    Behav Brain Res. 2019;364:457-463.
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