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Neural substrates underlying motor skill learning in chronic hemiparetic stroke patients

Bibliographic reference Lefebvre, Stéphanie ; Dricot, Laurence ; Laloux, Patrice ; Gradkowski, Wojciech ; Desfontaines, Philippe ; et. al. Neural substrates underlying motor skill learning in chronic hemiparetic stroke patients. In: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, Vol. 9, p. 320 [1-18] (2015)
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