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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
2014-01-01Ipsilateral corticomotor excitability is associated with increased gait variability in unilateral transtibial amputeesHordacre, B; Bradnam, LV; Barr, C; Patritti, BL; Crotty, M
2012-11-01Contralesional hemisphere control of the proximal paretic upper limb following strokeBradnam, LV; Stinear, CM; Barber, PA; Byblow, WD
2016-03-01Are ipsilateral motor evoked potentials subject to intracortical inhibition?McCambridge, AB; Stinear, JW; Byblow, WD
2012-03-22Mirror symmetric bimanual movement priming can increase corticomotor excitability and enhance motor learningByblow, WD; Stinear, CM; Smith, MC; Bjerre, L; Flaskager, BK; McCambridge, AB
2011-05-01Cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation suppresses ipsilateral projections to presumed propriospinal neurons of the proximal upper limbBradnam, LV; Stinear, CM; Byblow, WD
2017-08-14Reorganization of the primary motor cortex following lower-limb amputation for vascular disease: a pre-post-amputation comparisonHordacre, B; Bradnam, LV; Crotty, M
2016-08-01Anodal Direct Current Stimulation of the Cerebellum Reduces Cerebellar Brain Inhibition but Does Not Influence Afferent Input from the Hand or Face in Healthy AdultsDoeltgen, SH; Young, J; Bradnam, LV
2016-01-01Afferent inhibition and cortical silent periods in shoulder primary motor cortex and effect of a suprascapular nerve block in people experiencing chronic shoulder painBradnam, L; Shanahan, EM; Hendy, K; Reed, A; Skipworth, T; Visser, A; Lennon, S
2016-08-25Variation in left posterior parietal-motor cortex interhemispheric facilitation following right parietal continuous theta-burst stimulation in healthy adultsKillington, C; Barr, C; Loetscher, T; Bradnam, LV
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