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2015-06-17Dissociated lower limb muscle involvement in amyotrophic lateral sclerosisSimon, NG; Lee, M; Bae, JS; Mioshi, E; Lin, CSY; Pfluger, CM; Henderson, RD; Vucic, S; Swash, M; Burke, D; Kiernan, MC
2015-01-01Exercise for falls prevention in Parkinson disease: A randomized controlled trialCanning, CG; Sherrington, C; Lord, SR; Close, JCT; Heritier, S; Heller, GZ; Howard, K; Allen, NE; Latt, MD; Murray, SM; O'Rourke, SD; Paul, SS; Song, J; Fung, VSC
2011-06-01Cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation of the primary motor cortex improves selective muscle activation in the ipsilateral armMcCambridge, AB; Bradnam, LV; Stinear, CM; Byblow, WD
2014-06-01A dissociation between propriospinal facilitation and inhibition after bilateral transcranial direct current stimulationMcCambridge, AB; Stinear, JW; Byblow, WD
2017-05-01Effects of Activity-Based Therapy Interventions on Mobility, Independence, and Quality of Life for People with Spinal Cord Injuries: A Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisQuel De Oliveira, C; Refshauge, K; Middleton, J; De Jong, L; Davis, GM
2014-01-01Ipsilateral corticomotor excitability is associated with increased gait variability in unilateral transtibial amputeesHordacre, B; Bradnam, LV; Barr, C; Patritti, BL; Crotty, M
2017-09-01Diagnostic and prognostic potential of retinal biomarkers in early on-set Alzheimer’s diseaseShariflou, S; Georgevsky, D; Mansour, H; Rezaeian, M; Hosseini, N; Gani, F; Gupta, V; Braidy, N; Golzan, SM
2015-03-01“I-wave” recruitment predicts response to tDCS in the upper limb, but only so farMcCambridge, AB; Stinear, JW; Byblow, WB
2016-03-01Are ipsilateral motor evoked potentials subject to intracortical inhibition?McCambridge, AB; Stinear, JW; Byblow, WD
2017-09-01Propriospinal cutaneous-induced EMG suppression is unaltered by anodal tDCS of healthy motor cortexMcCambridge, AB; Stinear, JW; Peek, S; Byblow, WD
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