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Physiology and morphology indicate that individual spinal interneurons contribute to diverse limb movements.
Somato-dendritic morphology predicts physiology for neurons that contribute to several kinds of limb movements.
Multifunctional and specialized spinal interneurons for turtle limb movements.
Strong interactions between spinal cord networks for locomotion and scratching.
Distributions of active spinal cord neurons during swimming and scratching motor patterns.
Spinal Interneurons With Dual Axon Projections to Knee-Extensor and Hip-Extensor Motor Pools.
Spinal interneurons that are selectively activated during fictive flexion reflex.