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Translation of the rat thoracic contusion model; Part 1 - Supraspinally versus spinally mediated pain-like responses and spasticity

Bibliographic reference van Gorp, S. ; Marsala, M. ; Joosten, E.A. ; Nguyen, S. ; Leerink, M. ; et. al. Translation of the rat thoracic contusion model; Part 1 - Supraspinally versus spinally mediated pain-like responses and spasticity. In: Spinal Cord, Vol. 52, no. 7, p. 524-528 (2014)
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