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One or more keywords matched the following properties of Task dependent gain regulation of spinal circuits projecting to the human flexor carpi radialis.

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has major subject area list Motor Neurons; Movement; Muscle, Skeletal; Neural Pathways; Spinal Cord; Wrist
has minor subject area list Adult; Afferent Pathways; Electric Stimulation; Electromyography; Female; H-Reflex; Humans; Interneurons; Male; Median Nerve; Muscle Contraction; Muscle Spindles; Neural Inhibition; Radial Nerve; Spinal Nerve Roots
information resource reference Carroll TJ, Baldwin ER, Collins DF. Task dependent gain regulation of spinal circuits projecting to the human flexor carpi radialis. Exp Brain Res. 2005 Mar; 161(3):299-306.
label Task dependent gain regulation of spinal circuits projecting to the human flexor carpi radialis.

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