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Staggered multi-site low-frequency electrostimulation effectively induces locomotor patterns in the isolated rat spinal cord

Bibliographic reference Dose, Francesco ; Deumens, Ronald ; Forget, Patrice ; Taccola, Giuliano. Staggered multi-site low-frequency electrostimulation effectively induces locomotor patterns in the isolated rat spinal cord. In: Spinal Cord, Vol. 54, no. 2, p. 93-101 (2016)
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