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Can the Spinal Cord Learn and Remember?

1Neuroscience Unit, Laval University Medical Center (CHUL - CHUQ), Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
2Faculty of Medicine Department of Anatomy and Physiology, Laval University, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Received 15 November 2007; Revised 29 July 2008; Accepted 30 July 2008

Academic Editor: Jonathan R. Wolpaw

Copyright © 2008 Pierre A. Guertin.

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