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    1. Kossev, A; Siggelkow, S; Kapels, HH; Dengler, R; Rollnik, JD
      Crossed effects of muscle vibration on motor-evoked potentials

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Tunstill, SA; Wynn-Davies, AC; Nowicky, AV; McGregor, AH; Davey, NJ
      Corticospinal facilitation studied during voluntary contraction of human abdominal muscles

      EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Cantello, R; Boccagni, C; Comi, C; Civardi, C; Monaco, F
      Diagnosis of psychogenic paralysis: The role of motor evoked potentials

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY
    4. Weber, M; Eisen, A; Stewart, HG; Andersen, PM; Hirota, N
      The physiological basis of conduction slowing in ALS patients homozygous for the D90A CuZn-SOD mutation

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    5. Hasegawa, Y; Kasai, T; Tsuji, T; Yahagi, S
      Further insight into the task-dependent excitability of motor evoked potentials in first dorsal interosseous muscle in humans

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    6. Butler, SL; Miles, TS; Thompson, PD; Nordstrom, MA
      Task-dependent control of human masseter muscles from ipsilateral and contralateral motor cortex

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Fuhr, P; Borggrefe-Chappuis, A; Schindler, C; Kappos, L
      Visual and motor evoked potentials in the course of multiple sclerosis

      BRAIN
    8. Weber, M; Eisen, A
      Peristimulus time histograms (PSTHs) - a marker for upper motor neuron involvement in ALS?

      AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS AND OTHER MOTOR NEURON DISORDERS
    9. Eisen, A; Weber, M
      Neurophysiological evaluation of cortical function in the early diagnosis of ALS

      AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS AND OTHER MOTOR NEURON DISORDERS
    10. Aimonetti, JM; Vedel, JP; Schmied, A; Pagni, S
      Task dependence of Ia presynaptic inhibition in human wrist extensor muscles: a single motor unit study

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    11. Manganotti, P; Zanette, G
      Contribution of motor cortex in generation of evoked spikes in patients with benign rolandic epilepsy

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    12. Weber, M; Eisen, A; Nakajima, M
      Corticomotoneuronal activity in ALS: changes in the peristimulus time histogram over time

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    13. Walsh, V
      Reverse engineering the human brain

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES
    14. Sturm, H; Schmied, A; Vedel, JP; Pagni, S
      Dual task-related changes in the synchronous activity of wrist extensor type-identified motor units in humans

      SOMATOSENSORY AND MOTOR RESEARCH
    15. Christensen, LOD; Petersen, N; Andersen, JB; Sinkjaer, T; Nielsen, JB
      Evidence for transcortical reflex pathways in the lower limb of man

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    16. Naka, D; Mills, KR
      Further evidence for corticomotor hyperexcitability in amyotrophic lateralsclerosis

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    17. Curt, A
      Neurological diagnosis and prognosis

      SCHWEIZERISCHE MEDIZINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    18. Lam, T; Yang, JF
      Could different directions of infant stepping be controlled by the same locomotor central pattern generator?

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    19. Schmierer, K; Niehaus, L; Roricht, S; Meyer, BU
      Conduction deficits of callosal fibres in early multiple sclerosis

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    20. Aimonetti, JM; Vedel, JP; Schmied, A; Pagni, S
      Inhibition versus facilitation of the reflex responsiveness of identified wrist extensor motor units by antagonist flexor afferent inputs in humans

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    21. Classen, J; Steinfelder, B; Liepert, J; Stefan, K; Celnik, P; Cohen, LG; Hess, A; Kunesch, E; Chen, R; Benecke, R; Hallett, M
      Cutaneomotor integration in humans is somatotopically organized at variouslevels of the nervous system and is task dependent

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    22. Weber, M; Eisen, A; Stewart, HG; Andersen, PM
      Preserved slow conducting corticomotoneuronal projections in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis with autosomal recessive D90A CuZn-superoxide dismutase mutation

      BRAIN
    23. Eyre, JA; Miller, S; Clowry, GJ; Conway, EA; Watts, C
      Functional corticospinal projections are established prenatally in the human foetus permitting involvement in the development of spinal motor centres

      BRAIN
    24. Di Lazzaro, V; Oliviero, A; Profice, P; Ferrara, L; Saturno, E; Pilato, F; Tonali, P
      The diagnostic value of motor evoked potentials

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    25. Kohara, N; Kaji, R; Kojima, Y; Kimura, J
      An electrophysiological study of the corticospinal projections in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    26. Praamstra, P; Kleine, BU; Schnitzler, A
      Magnetic stimulation of the dorsal premotor cortex modulates the Simon effect

      NEUROREPORT
    27. Roricht, S; Meyer, BU; Irlbacher, K; Ludolph, AC
      Impairment of callosal and corticospinal system function in adolescents with early-treated phenylketonuria: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY
    28. Mills, KR
      Corticomotoneuronal PSTH studies

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    29. Weber, M; Eisen, A
      Assessment of upper and lower motor neurons in Kennedy's disease: Implications for corticomotoneuronal PSTH studies

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    30. Zangaladze, A; Epstein, CM; Grafton, ST; Sathian, K
      Involvement of visual cortex in tactile discrimination of orientation

      NATURE
    31. Desiato, MT; Palmieri, MG; Giacomini, P; Scalise, A; Arciprete, F; Caramia, MD
      The effect of riluzole in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: a study with cortical stimulation

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    32. Chen, R; Corwell, B; Hallett, M
      Modulation of motor cortex excitability by median nerve and digit stimulation

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    33. Ridding, MC; Rothwell, JC
      Afferent input and cortical organisation: a study with magnetic stimulation

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    34. Hess, A; Kunesch, E; Classen, J; Hoeppner, J; Stefan, K; Benecke, R
      Task-dependent modulation of inhibitory actions within the primary motor cortex

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    35. Christensen, LOD; Morita, H; Petersen, N; Nielsen, J
      Evidence suggesting that a transcortical reflex pathway contributes to cutaneous reflexes in the tibialis anterior muscle during walking in man

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    36. CURT A
      SIGNIFICANCE OF ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL RECORDINGS IN PREDICTING FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY OF PATIENTS WITH SPINAL-CORD INJURY

      NeuroRehabilitation
    37. HUESLER EJ; HEPPREYMOND MC; DIETZ V
      TASK DEPENDENCE OF MUSCLE SYNCHRONIZATION IN HUMAN HAND MUSCLES

      NeuroReport
    38. PRIORI A; BERARDELLI A; RONA S; ACCORNERO N; MANFREDI M
      POLARIZATION OF THE HUMAN MOTOR CORTEX THROUGH THE SCALP

      NeuroReport
    39. DILAZZARO V; OLIVIERO A; PROFICE P; SATURNO E; PILATO F; INSOLA A; MAZZONE P; TONALI P; ROTHWELL JC
      COMPARISON OF DESCENDING VOLLEYS EVOKED BY TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC AND ELECTRIC-STIMULATION IN CONSCIOUS HUMANS

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    40. MATHIS J; DEQUERVAIN D; HESS CW
      DEPENDENCE OF THE TRANSCRANIALLY INDUCED SILENT PERIOD ON THE INSTRUCTION SET AND THE INDIVIDUAL REACTION-TIME

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    41. INGHILLERI M; MATTIA D; BERARDELLI A; MANFREDI M
      ASYMMETRY OF CORTICAL EXCITABILITY REVEALED BY TRANSCRANIAL STIMULATION IN A PATIENT WITH FOCAL MOTOR EPILEPSY AND CORTICAL MYOCLONUS

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    42. NIELSEN JB
      COCONTRACTION OF ANTAGONISTIC MUSCLES IN MAN

      Danish medical bulletin
    43. RORICHT S; MEYER BU; WOICIECHOWSKY C; LEHMANN R
      CALLOSAL AND CORTICOSPINAL TRACT FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH HYDROCEPHALUS - A MORPHOMETRIC AND TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION STUDY

      Journal of neurology
    44. ZIJDEWIND I; DEGROOT MCH; KERNELL D
      TASK-RELATED VARIATIONS IN MOTONEURONAL DRIVE TO A HUMAN INTRINSIC HAND MUSCLE

      Neuroscience letters
    45. MASUR H; ALTHOFF S; ERIM Y; OBERWITTLER C; HORNUNG WP
      POSTEXCITATORY INHIBITION AFTER TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION OF THE MOTOR CORTEX IN PATIENTS WITH DRUG-INDUCED PARKINSONISM AND IN HEALTHY-INDIVIDUALS

      International clinical psychopharmacology
    46. SIEBNER HR; DRESSNANDT J; AUER C; CONRAD B
      CONTINUOUS INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN INFUSIONS INDUCED A MARKED INCREASE OF THE TRANSCRANIALLY EVOKED SILENT PERIOD IN A PATIENT WITH GENERALIZED DYSTONIA

      Muscle & nerve
    47. ARANYI Z; MATHIS J; HESS CW; ROSLER KM
      TASK-DEPENDENT FACILITATION OF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS DURING DYNAMICAND STEADY MUSCLE CONTRACTIONS

      Muscle & nerve
    48. NAKAJIMA M; EISEN A; STEWART H
      COMPARISON OF CORTICOMOTONEURONAL EPSPS AND MACRO-MUPS IN AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS

      Muscle & nerve
    49. VENTURA V; DAVISON AC; BONIFACE SJ
      STATISTICAL-INFERENCE FOR THE EFFECT OF MAGNETIC BRAIN-STIMULATION ONA MOTONEURON

      Applied Statistics
    50. MILLS KR; NITHI KA
      PERIPHERAL AND CENTRAL MOTOR CONDUCTION IN AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    51. Eisen, A; Nakajima, M; Weber, M
      Corticomotorneuronal hyper-excitability in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    52. PETERSEN N; CHRISTENSEN LOD; MORITA H; SINKJAER T; NIELSEN J
      EVIDENCE THAT A TRANSCORTICAL PATHWAY CONTRIBUTES TO STRETCH REFLEXESIN THE TIBIALIS ANTERIOR MUSCLE IN MAN

      Journal of physiology
    53. HO KH; NITHI K; MILLS KR
      COVARIATION BETWEEN HUMAN INTRINSIC HAND MUSCLES OF THE SILENT PERIODS AND COMPOUND MUSCLE ACTION-POTENTIALS EVOKED BY MAGNETIC BRAIN-STIMULATION - EVIDENCE FOR COMMON INHIBITORY CONNECTIONS

      Experimental Brain Research
    54. MORITA H; PETERSEN N; NIELSEN J
      GATING OF SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS DURING VOLUNTARY MOVEMENT OF THE LOWER-LIMB IN MAN

      Experimental Brain Research
    55. SEMMLER JG; NORDSTROM MA
      MOTOR UNIT DISCHARGE AND FORCE TREMOR IN SKILL-TRAINED AND STRENGTH-TRAINED INDIVIDUALS

      Experimental Brain Research
    56. DEVANNE H; MATON B
      ROLE OF PROPRIOCEPTIVE INFORMATION IN THE TEMPORAL COORDINATION BETWEEN JOINTS

      Experimental Brain Research
    57. KASTNER S; DEMMER I; ZIEMANN U
      TRANSIENT VISUAL-FIELD DEFECTS INDUCED BY TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION OVER HUMAN OCCIPITAL POLE

      Experimental Brain Research
    58. TRAVERSA R; CICINELLI P; PASQUALETTI P; FILIPPI M; ROSSINI PM
      FOLLOW-UP OF INTERHEMISPHERIC DIFFERENCES OF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS FROM THE AFFECTED AND UNAFFECTED HEMISPHERES IN HUMAN STROKE

      Brain research
    59. MAGISTRIS MR; ROSLER KM; TRUFFERT A; MYERS JP
      TRANSCRANIAL STIMULATION EXCITES VIRTUALLY ALL MOTOR-NEURONS SUPPLYING THE TARGET MUSCLE - A DEMONSTRATION AND A METHOD IMPROVING THE STUDYOF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS

      Brain
    60. SEITZ RJ; HOFLICH P; BINKOFSKI F; TELLMANN L; HERZOG H; FREUND HJ
      ROLE OF THE PREMOTOR CORTEX IN RECOVERY FROM MIDDLE CEREBRAL-ARTERY INFARCTION

      Archives of neurology
    61. KIERS L
      MAGNETIC STIMULATION OF THE MOTOR CORTEX - CLINICAL-APPLICATIONS

      Journal of clinical neuroscience
    62. SUE CM; YIANNIKAS C; CLOUSTON PD; LIM CL; GRAHAM S
      TRANSCRANIAL CORTICAL STIMULATION IN DISORDERS OF THE CENTRAL MOTOR PATHWAYS

      Journal of clinical neuroscience
    63. MCKAY WB; STOKIC DS; DIMITRIJEVIC MR
      ASSESSMENT OF CORTICOSPINAL FUNCTION IN SPINAL-CORD INJURY USING TRANSCRANIAL MOTOR CORTEX STIMULATION - A REVIEW

      Journal of neurotrauma
    64. OLIVIER E; EDGLEY SA; ARMAND J; LEMON RN
      AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF THE CORTICOSPINAL SYSTEM IN THE MACAQUE MONKEY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    65. ROTHWELL JC
      TECHNIQUES AND MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF TRANSCRANIAL STIMULATION OF THE HUMAN MOTOR CORTEX

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    66. CAPADAY C
      NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL METHODS FOR STUDIES OF THE MOTOR SYSTEM IN FREELY MOVING HUMAN-SUBJECTS

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    67. NIELSEN JF
      FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT CONDUCTION DELAY OF MOTOR-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Muscle & nerve
    68. CURT A; DIETZ V
      PROGNOSIS OF SPINAL-CORD INJURY - THE MEA NING OF CLINICAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL FINDINGS

      Nervenarzt
    69. NIELSEN J; PETERSEN N; FEDIRCHUK B
      EVIDENCE SUGGESTING A TRANSCORTICAL PATHWAY FROM CUTANEOUS FOOT AFFERENTS TO TIBIALIS ANTERIOR MOTONEURONS IN MAN

      Journal of physiology
    70. DEVANNE H; LAVOIE BA; CAPADAY C
      INPUT-OUTPUT PROPERTIES AND GAIN CHANGES IN THE HUMAN CORTICOSPINAL PATHWAY

      Experimental Brain Research
    71. KASAI T; TOYODA Y; YAHAGI S
      MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS (MEPS) AND H-REFLEXES ARE NOT EQUALLY SENSITIVE TO VOLUNTARY MOTOR COMMANDS

      Brain research
    72. ZIEMANN U; TERGAU F; NETZ J; HOMBERG V
      DELAY IN SIMPLE REACTION-TIME AFTER FOCAL TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION OF THE HUMAN BRAIN OCCURS AT THE FINAL MOTOR OUTPUT STAGE

      Brain research
    73. NETZ J; LAMMERS T; HOMBERG V
      REORGANIZATION OF MOTOR OUTPUT IN THE NON-AFFECTED HEMISPHERE AFTER STROKE

      Brain
    74. SALERNO A; GEORGESCO M
      ALTERATIONS OF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS PA RAMETERS IN AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS

      Neurophysiologie clinique
    75. HAUPTMANN B; HUMMELSHEIM H
      FACILITATION OF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN HAND EXTENSOR MUSCLES OF STROKE PATIENTS - CORRELATION TO THE LEVEL OF VOLUNTARY CONTRACTION

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    76. JONES KE; CALANCIE B; HALL A; BAWA P
      COMPARISON OF PERIPHERAL IA AND CORTICOMOTONEURONAL COMPOSITE EPSPS IN HUMAN MOTONEURONS

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    77. MATHIS J; GURFINKEL VS; STRUPPLER A
      FACILITATION OF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS BY POSTCONTRACTION RESPONSE (KOHNSTAMM PHENOMENON)

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    78. TEGENTHOFF M; VORGERD M; JUSKOWIAK F; ROOS V; MALIN JP
      POSTEXCITATORY INHIBITION AFTER TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC SINGLE AND DOUBLE BRAIN-STIMULATION IN HUNTINGTONS-DISEASE

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    79. IZUMI SI; FINDLEY TW; ANDREWS JF; DAUM MC; CHINO N
      VOLUNTARY CONTRACTION SHORTENS PERIPHERAL CONDUCTION TIME IN RESPONSETO TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION OF THE BRAIN

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    80. BINKOFSKI F; SEITZ RJ; ARNOLD S; CLASSEN J; BENECKE R; FREUND HJ
      THALAMIC METABOLISM AND CORTICOSPINAL TRACT INTEGRITY DETERMINE MOTORRECOVERY IN STROKE

      Annals of neurology
    81. MILLS KR; KIMISKIDIS V
      CORTICAL AND SPINAL MECHANISMS OF FACILITATION TO BRAIN-STIMULATION

      Muscle & nerve
    82. MILLS KR; KIMISKIDIS V
      MOTOR CORTEX EXCITABILITY DURING BALLISTIC FOREARM AND FINGER MOVEMENTS

      Muscle & nerve
    83. HOSHIYAMA M; KITAMURA Y; KOYAMA S; WATANABE S; SHIMOJO M; KAKIGI R
      RECIPROCAL CHANGE OF MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS PRECEDING VOLUNTARY MOVEMENT IN HUMANS

      Muscle & nerve
    84. EISEN A; ENTEZARITAHER M; STEWART H
      CORTICAL PROJECTIONS TO SPINAL MOTONEURONS - CHANGES WITH AGING AND AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS

      Neurology
    85. SCHIEPPATI M; TROMPETTO C; ABBRUZZESE G
      SELECTIVE FACILITATION OF RESPONSES TO CORTICAL STIMULATION OF PROXIMAL AND DISTAL ARM MUSCLES BY PRECISION TASKS IN MAN

      Journal of physiology
    86. ABBRUZZESE G; TROMPETTO C; SCHIEPPATI M
      THE EXCITABILITY OF THE HUMAN MOTOR CORTEX INCREASES DURING EXECUTIONAND MENTAL IMAGINATION OF SEQUENTIAL BUT NOT REPETITIVE FINGER MOVEMENTS

      Experimental Brain Research
    87. ZIEMANN U; LONNECKER S; STEINHOFF BJ; PAULUS W
      THE EFFECT OF LORAZEPAM ON THE MOTOR CORTICAL EXCITABILITY IN MAN

      Experimental Brain Research
    88. CARAMIA MD; GIGLI G; IANI C; DESIATO MT; DIOMEDI M; PALMIERI MG; BERNARDI G
      DISTINGUISHING FORMS OF GENERALIZED EPILEPSY USING MAGNETIC BRAIN-STIMULATION

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    89. VORGERD M; TEGENTHOFF M; JUSKOWIAK F; ROOS V; MALIN JP
      TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC DOUBLE STIMULATION - METHODS AND CLINICAL-STUDIES

      EEG-EMG
    90. TEGENTHOFF M
      EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF ACU TE DISEASES OF THE SPINAL-CORD

      EEG-EMG
    91. LEMON RN; JOHANSSON RS; WESTLING G
      MODULATION OF CORTICOSPINAL INFLUENCE OVER HAND MUSCLES DURING GRIPPING TASKS IN MAN AND MONKEY

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    92. ANDERSEN PM; FORSGREN L; BINZER M; NILSSON P; ALAHURULA V; KERANEN ML; BERGMARK L; SAARINEN A; HALTIA T; TARVAINEN I; KINNUNEN E; UDD B; MARKLUND SL
      AUTOSOMAL RECESSIVE ADULT-ONSET AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS ASSOCIATED WITH HOMOZYGOSITY FOR ASP90ALA CUZN-SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE MUTATION - A CLINICAL AND GENEALOGICAL STUDY OF 36 PATIENTS

      Brain
    93. STALDER S; ROSLER KM; NIRKKO AC; HESS CW
      MAGNETIC STIMULATION OF THE HUMAN BRAIN DURING PHASIC AND TONIC REM-SLEEP - RECORDINGS FROM DISTAL AND PROXIMAL MUSCLES

      Journal of sleep research
    94. MILL KR; THOMSON CCB
      HUMAN MUSCLE FATIGUE INVESTIGATED BY TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION

      NeuroReport
    95. HUMMELSHEIM H; HAUPTMANN B; NEUMANN S
      INFLUENCE OF PHYSIOTHERAPEUTIC FACILITATION TECHNIQUES ON MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN CENTRALLY PARETIC HAND EXTENSOR MUSCLES

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    96. CHOKROVERTY S; HENING W; WRIGHT D; WALCZAK T; GOLDBERG J; BURGER R; BELSH J; PATEL B; FLYNN D; SHAH S; MERO R
      MAGNETIC BRAIN-STIMULATION - SAFETY STUDIES

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    97. BROUWER B; QIAO J
      CHARACTERISTICS AND VARIABILITY OF LOWER-LIMB MOTONEURON RESPONSES TOTRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    98. INGHILLERI M; BERARDELLI A; CRUCCU G; MANFREDI M; PRIORI A; ROTHWELL JC
      INHIBITION OF HAND MUSCLE MOTONEURONS BY PERIPHERAL-NERVE STIMULATIONIN THE RELAXED HUMAN SUBJECT - ANTIDROMIC VERSUS ORTHODROMIC INPUT

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    99. IZUMI SI; FINDLEY TW; IKAI T; ANDREWS J; DAUM M; CHINO N
      FACILITATORY EFFECT OF THINKING ABOUT MOVEMENT ON MOTOR-EVOKED POTENTIALS TO TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION OF THE BRAIN

      American journal of physical medicine & rehabilitation
    100. SABATINO M; SARDO P; IURATO L; LAGRUTTA V
      CORTICAL STIMULATION AND REFLEX EXCITABILITY OF SPINAL-CORD NEURONS IN MAN

      Journal of neural transmission


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