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Published in Neurology

Journal Scan / Research · May 01, 2022

Activity-Dependent Spinal Cord Neuromodulation Rapidly Restores Trunk and Leg Motor Functions After Complete Paralysis

Nature Medicine


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Nature Medicine
Activity-dependent spinal cord neuromodulation rapidly restores trunk and leg motor functions after complete paralysis
Nat. Med. 2022 Feb 01;28(2)260-271, A Rowald, S Komi, R Demesmaeker, E Baaklini, SD Hernandez-Charpak, E Paoles, H Montanaro, A Cassara, F Becce, B Lloyd, T Newton, J Ravier, N Kinany, M D'Ercole, A Paley, N Hankov, C Varescon, L McCracken, M Vat, M Caban, A Watrin, C Jacquet, L Bole-Feysot, C Harte, H Lorach, A Galvez, M Tschopp, N Herrmann, M Wacker, L Geernaert, I Fodor, V Radevich, K Van Den Keybus, G Eberle, E Pralong, M Roulet, JB Ledoux, E Fornari, S Mandija, L Mattera, R Martuzzi, B Nazarian, S Benkler, S Callegari, N Greiner, B Fuhrer, M Froeling, N Buse, T Denison, R Buschman, C Wende, D Ganty, J Bakker, V Delattre, H Lambert, K Minassian, CAT van den Berg, A Kavounoudias, S Micera, D Van De Ville, Q Barraud, E Kurt, N Kuster, E Neufeld, M Capogrosso, L Asboth, FB Wagner, J Bloch, G Courtine

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