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Enhancing Plasticity in Central Networks Improves Motor and Sensory Recovery after Nerve Damage
(Springer Nature, 2019-12-19)
Nerve damage can cause chronic, debilitating problems including loss of motor control and paresthesia, and generates maladaptive neuroplasticity as central networks attempt to compensate for the loss of peripheral connectivity. ...
Closed-Loop Neuromodulation Restores Network Connectivity and Motor Control After Spinal Cord Injury
Recovery from serious neurological injury requires substantial rewiring of neural circuits. Precisely-timed electrical stimulation could be used to restore corrective feedback mechanisms and promote adaptive plasticity ...