SCRC Member Research Presentations at 1st Segerfalk Symposium
2001, September 22-25, Ystad Saltsjöbad, Sweden
Symposium on Spinal Cord Function, Plasticity and Repair
(Dr. Larry Jordan, Session Chair)
Poster presentations by graduate students:
- A modeling study of motoneuron frequency/current relationships during fictive locomotion
Y. Dai, B. Fedirchuk, & L.M. Jordan,
Dept. of Physiology, Univ. of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada.
- Disturbances in ENG rythmic activity during fictive locomotion in the cat as clues to the modules of the spinal CPG
M. Lafrenière-Roula,1 P. Guertin,2 M. C. Perreault,3 D.A. McCrea,1 & L.M. Jordan.1,
1Dept. of Physiology, U. of Manitoba, Canada;
2Dept. de Physiologie, U. de Montréal, Canada;
3Fysiol. Inst., U. of Oslo, Norway.
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