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    1. Houtman, CJ; Heerschap, A; Zwarts, MJ; Stegeman, DF
      pH heterogeneity in tibial anterior muscle during isometric activity studied by P-31-NMR spectroscopy

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Stotz, PJ; Bawa, P
      Motor unit recruitment during lengthening contractions of human wrist flexors

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    3. Yang, J; Turker, KS
      Distribution of periodontal afferent input to motoneurons of human masseter

      ARCHIVES OF ORAL BIOLOGY
    4. Bawa, P; Chalmers, GR; Jones, KE; Sogaard, K; Walsh, ML
      Control of the wrist joint in humans

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Akaboshi, K; Masakado, Y; Chino, N
      Quantitative EMG and motor unit recruitment threshold using a concentric needle with quadrifilar electrode

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    6. Cope, TC; Sokoloff, AJ
      Orderly recruitment among motoneurons supplying different muscles

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    7. Stuart, DG
      The segmental motor system - advances, issues, and possibilities

      PERIPHERAL AND SPINAL MECHANISMS IN THE NEURAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT
    8. SEKI K; NARUSAWA M
      RELATION BETWEEN THE SIZE OF MOTOR UNITS AND THE SPECTRAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THEIR ACTION-POTENTIALS

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    9. DEAN P; PORRILL J
      PSEUDO-INVERSE CONTROL IN BIOLOGICAL-SYSTEMS - A LEARNING MECHANISM FOR FIXATION STABILITY

      Neural networks
    10. VANHEIJST JJ; VOS JE; BULLOCK D
      DEVELOPMENT IN A BIOLOGICALLY INSPIRED SPINAL NEURAL-NETWORK FOR MOVEMENT CONTROL

      Neural networks
    11. WANNIER T; SENN W
      RECRUITMENT OF RETICULOSPINAL NEURONS AND STEADY LOCOMOTION IN LAMPREY

      Neural networks
    12. OKAJIMA Y; TOIKAWA H; HANAYAMA K; OHTSUKA T; KIMURA A; CHINO N
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NERVE AND MUSCLE-FIBER CONDUCTION VELOCITIES OF THE SAME MOTOR UNIT IN MAN

      Neuroscience letters
    13. SCUTTER SD; TURKER KS
      RECRUITMENT STABILITY IN MASSETER MOTOR UNITS DURING ISOMETRIC VOLUNTARY CONTRACTIONS

      Muscle & nerve
    14. VANDERLAARSE WJ; DESTOMBE AL; LEEDEGROOT MBE; DIEGENBACH PC
      SIZE PRINCIPLE OF STRIATED-MUSCLE CELLS

      Netherlands journal of zoology
    15. CONTRERASVIDAL JL; GROSSBERG S; BULLOCK D
      NEURAL MODEL OF CEREBELLAR LEARNING FOR ARM MOVEMENT CONTROL - CORTICO-SPINO-CEREBELLAR DYNAMICS

      Learning & memory
    16. JABRE JF; SALZSIEDER BT
      THE VOLITIONAL UNIT - A FUNCTIONAL CONCEPT IN CORTICO-MOTONEURONAL CONNECTIONS IN HUMANS

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    17. NAKAGAWA S; KURATA S; YOSHIDA A; NAGASE Y; MORITANI M; TAKEMURA M; BAE YC; SHIGENAGA Y
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL OBSERVATIONS OF SYNAPTIC CONNECTIONS OF VIBRISSA AFFERENT TERMINALS IN CAT PRINCIPAL SENSORY NUCLEUS AND MORPHOMETRY OF RELATED SYNAPTIC ELEMENTS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    18. SCHMIED A; MORIN D; VEDEL JP; PAGNI S
      THE SIZE PRINCIPLE AND SYNAPTIC EFFECTIVENESS OF MUSCLE AFFERENT-PROJECTIONS TO HUMAN EXTENSOR CARPI RADIALIS MOTONEURONS DURING WRIST EXTENSION

      Experimental Brain Research
    19. MASUDA T; SADOYAMA T; SHIRAISHI M
      DEPENDENCE OF AVERAGE MUSCLE-FIBER CONDUCTION-VELOCITY ON VOLUNTARY CONTRACTION FORCE

      Journal of electromyography and kinesiology
    20. ROSSI A; ZALAFFI A; DECCHI B
      INTERACTION OF NOCICEPTIVE AND NONNOCICEPTIVE CUTANEOUS AFFERENTS FROM FOOT SOLE IN COMMON REFLEX PATHWAYS TO TIBIALIS ANTERIOR MOTONEURONSIN HUMANS

      Brain research
    21. MASAKADO Y; AKABOSHI K; NAGATA M; KIMURA A; CHINO N
      MOTOR UNIT FIRING BEHAVIOR IN SLOW AND FAST CONTRACTIONS OF THE FIRSTDORSAL INTEROSSEOUS MUSCLE OF HEALTHY-MEN

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    22. ERTAS M; STALBERG E; FALCK B
      CAN THE SIZE PRINCIPLE BE DETECTED IN CONVENTIONAL EMG RECORDINGS

      Muscle & nerve
    23. STOLLBERG J
      SYNAPSE ELIMINATION, THE SIZE PRINCIPLE, AND HEBBIAN SYNAPSES

      Journal of neurobiology
    24. MASAKADO Y; NODA Y; NAGATA M; KIMURA A; CHINO N; AKABOSHI K
      MACRO-EMG AND MOTOR UNIT RECRUITMENT THRESHOLD - DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE YOUNG AND THE AGED

      Neuroscience letters
    25. SEMMLER JG; TURKER KS
      COMPOUND GROUP-I EXCITATORY INPUT IS DIFFERENTIALLY DISTRIBUTED TO MOTONEURONS OF THE HUMAN TIBIALIS ANTERIOR

      Neuroscience letters
    26. AWISZUS F; FEISTNER H
      CORRELATIONS BETWEEN SIZE PARAMETERS AND THE AMPLITUDE OF THE EXCITATORY POSTSYNAPTIC POTENTIAL EVOKED BY MAGNETIC BRAIN-STIMULATION IN HUMAN HAND MUSCLE MOTONEURONS

      Experimental Brain Research
    27. CAPUTI A; TRUJILLOCENOZ O
      THE SPINAL-CORD OF GYMNOTUS-CARAPO - THE ELECTROMOTONEURONS AND THEIRPROJECTION PATTERNS

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    28. AWISZUS F; FEISTNER H
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ESTIMATES OF IA-EPSP AMPLITUDE AND CONDUCTION-VELOCITY IN HUMAN SOLEUS MOTONEURONS

      Experimental Brain Research
    29. YAMAMURA C; SHIMADA K
      DIFFERENTIAL CONTROLS OF SMALL AND LARGE MOTOR UNIT-ACTIVITY IN THE MASSETER MUSCLE WITH INCISAL STIMULATION IN HUMANS

      Brain research


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