Segment specificity of load signal processing depends on walking direction in the stick insect leg muscle control system

Akay T, Ludwar BC, Goeritz ML, Schmitz J, Bueschges A (2007)
JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 27(12): 3285-3294.

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Akay T, Ludwar BC, Goeritz ML, Schmitz J, Bueschges A. Segment specificity of load signal processing depends on walking direction in the stick insect leg muscle control system. JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE. 2007;27(12):3285-3294.
Akay, T., Ludwar, B. C., Goeritz, M. L., Schmitz, J., & Bueschges, A. (2007). Segment specificity of load signal processing depends on walking direction in the stick insect leg muscle control system. JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE, 27(12), 3285-3294. doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.5202-06.2007
Akay, T., Ludwar, B. C., Goeritz, M. L., Schmitz, J., and Bueschges, A. (2007). Segment specificity of load signal processing depends on walking direction in the stick insect leg muscle control system. JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 27, 3285-3294.
Akay, T., et al., 2007. Segment specificity of load signal processing depends on walking direction in the stick insect leg muscle control system. JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE, 27(12), p 3285-3294.
T. Akay, et al., “Segment specificity of load signal processing depends on walking direction in the stick insect leg muscle control system”, JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE, vol. 27, 2007, pp. 3285-3294.
Akay, T., Ludwar, B.C., Goeritz, M.L., Schmitz, J., Bueschges, A.: Segment specificity of load signal processing depends on walking direction in the stick insect leg muscle control system. JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE. 27, 3285-3294 (2007).
Akay, Turgay, Ludwar, Bjoern Ch., Goeritz, Marie L., Schmitz, Josef, and Bueschges, Ansgar. “Segment specificity of load signal processing depends on walking direction in the stick insect leg muscle control system”. JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 27.12 (2007): 3285-3294.

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