Evidence that long-latency stretch reflexes in the human ankle dorsiflexors may be mediated by a transcortical pathway

N. Petersen, J. Nielsen, H. Morita, Thomas Sinkjær

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSociety for Neuroscience 26th Annual Meeting, 16-21 November 1996, Washington, DC, USA : Abstract Book, Vol. 22
Publication date1996
Pages422, No. 168.10
Publication statusPublished - 1996

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Petersen, N., Nielsen, J., Morita, H., & Sinkjær, T. (1996). Evidence that long-latency stretch reflexes in the human ankle dorsiflexors may be mediated by a transcortical pathway. In Society for Neuroscience 26th Annual Meeting, 16-21 November 1996, Washington, DC, USA: Abstract Book, Vol. 22 (pp. 422, No. 168.10)
Petersen, N. ; Nielsen, J. ; Morita, H. ; Sinkjær, Thomas. / Evidence that long-latency stretch reflexes in the human ankle dorsiflexors may be mediated by a transcortical pathway. Society for Neuroscience 26th Annual Meeting, 16-21 November 1996, Washington, DC, USA: Abstract Book, Vol. 22. 1996. pp. 422, No. 168.10
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Petersen, N, Nielsen, J, Morita, H & Sinkjær, T 1996, Evidence that long-latency stretch reflexes in the human ankle dorsiflexors may be mediated by a transcortical pathway. in Society for Neuroscience 26th Annual Meeting, 16-21 November 1996, Washington, DC, USA: Abstract Book, Vol. 22. pp. 422, No. 168.10.

Evidence that long-latency stretch reflexes in the human ankle dorsiflexors may be mediated by a transcortical pathway. / Petersen, N.; Nielsen, J.; Morita, H.; Sinkjær, Thomas.

Society for Neuroscience 26th Annual Meeting, 16-21 November 1996, Washington, DC, USA: Abstract Book, Vol. 22. 1996. p. 422, No. 168.10.

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Petersen N, Nielsen J, Morita H, Sinkjær T. Evidence that long-latency stretch reflexes in the human ankle dorsiflexors may be mediated by a transcortical pathway. In Society for Neuroscience 26th Annual Meeting, 16-21 November 1996, Washington, DC, USA: Abstract Book, Vol. 22. 1996. p. 422, No. 168.10