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Academic Article Predicting the timing of spikes evoked by tactile stimulation of the hand.
Academic Article The effect of surface wave propagation on neural responses to vibration in primate glabrous skin.
Academic Article Conveying tactile feedback in sensorized hand neuroprostheses using a biofidelic model of mechanotransduction.
Academic Article Restoring the sense of touch with a prosthetic hand through a brain interface.
Academic Article The effect of chronic intracortical microstimulation on the electrode-tissue interface.
Academic Article Biological and bionic hands: natural neural coding and artificial perception.
Academic Article The effects of chronic intracortical microstimulation on neural tissue and fine motor behavior.
Academic Article Intracortical microstimulation of human somatosensory cortex.
Academic Article Simulating tactile signals from the whole hand with millisecond precision.
Academic Article Biomimetic encoding model for restoring touch in bionic hands through a nerve interface.
Academic Article Speed invariance of tactile texture perception.
Academic Article Postural Representations of the Hand in the Primate Sensorimotor Cortex.
Academic Article Decoding hand kinematics from population responses in sensorimotor cortex during grasping.
Academic Article Unexpected complexity of everyday manual behaviors.
Academic Article Intensity Discriminability of Electrocutaneous and Intraneural Stimulation Pulse Frequency in Intact Individuals and Amputees.
Academic Article Neural population dynamics in motor cortex are different for reach and grasp.
Academic Article Restoration of sensory information via bionic hands.
Academic Article Biomimetic sensory feedback through peripheral nerve stimulation improves dexterous use of a bionic hand.
Academic Article Chronic Use of a Sensitized Bionic Hand Does Not Remap the Sense of Touch.

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