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Human and rat skeletal muscle adaptations to spinal cord injury.
Locomotor training and muscle function after incomplete spinal cord injury: case series.
Nonlinear neuromuscular electrical stimulation tracking control of a human limb.
Predictor-based compensation for electromechanical delay during neuromuscular electrical stimulation.
Lower-extremity muscle cross-sectional area after incomplete spinal cord injury.
Impact of varying pulse frequency and duration on muscle torque production and fatigue.
Comparing the force- and excursion- frequency relationships in human skeletal muscle.
Matching initial torque with different stimulation parameters influences skeletal muscle fatigue.
Testosterone dose dependently prevents bone and muscle loss in rodents after spinal cord injury.
Comparing the Induced Muscle Fatigue Between Asynchronous and Synchronous Electrical Stimulation in Able-Bodied and Spinal Cord Injured Populations.
Skeletal muscle changes following stroke: a systematic review and comparison to healthy individuals.
Merged plantarflexor muscle activity is predictive of poor walking performance in post-stroke hemiparetic subjects.