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Research Article

Corticospinal Reorganization after Locomotor Training in a Person with Motor Incomplete Paraplegia

Figure 3

Changes in cortical control of the flexion reflex after 30 sessions of BWS robotic gait training during robotic-assisted stepping. The mean normalized long-latency tibialis anterior (TA) flexion reflex following single pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) of the right primary motor cortex at 0.9 × TA motor evoked potentials (MEPs) at the conditioning-test interval of 70 (a) and 110 (b) ms is indicated as a function of the step cycle. Asterisks indicate suppressive and/or facilitatory conditioned flexion reflexes after locomotor training compared to those observed before training based on the value computed from pairwise multiple comparisons (two-way ANOVA along with Holm-Sidak tests). Grey squares denote the stance phase. Error bars denote the SEM.
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(a) Conditioned flexion reflex at 70 ms
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(b) Conditioned flexion reflex at 110 ms

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