Silencing long ascending propriospinal neurons after spinal cord injury improves hindlimb stepping in the adult rat release_vbkri4lhn5chpbncfmhoa47r5e

by David Magnuson, Courtney T Shepard, Amanda M Pocratsky, Brandon L Brown, Morgan A Van Rijswijck, Rachel M Zalla, Darlene A Burke, Johnny R Morehouse, Amberly S Reigler, Scott Whittemore


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