Trevor Drew
Trevor Drew
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TitleCited byYear
Cortical and brainstem control of locomotion
T Drew, S Prentice, B Schepens
Progress in brain research 143, 251-261, 2004
3102004
Discharge patterns of reticulospinal and other reticular neurons in chronic, unrestrained cats walking on a treadmill
T Drew, R Dubuc, S Rossignol
Journal of neurophysiology 55 (2), 375-401, 1986
3001986
The role of sensory inputs in regulating patterns of rhythmical movements in higher vertebrates
S Rossignol, JP Lund, T Drew
Neural control of rhythmic movements in vertebrates, 201-283, 1988
2641988
Motor cortical activity during voluntary gait modifications in the cat. I. Cells related to the forelimbs
T Drew
Journal of Neurophysiology 70 (1), 179-199, 1993
2501993
A comparison of treadmill locomotion in adult cats before and after spinal transection
M Belanger, T Drew, J Provencher, S Rossignol
Journal of Neurophysiology 76 (1), 471-491, 1996
2121996
Role of the motor cortex in the control of visually triggered gait modifications
T Drew, W Jiang, B Kably, S Lavoie
Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology 74 (4), 426-442, 1996
2111996
Locomotor role of the corticoreticular–reticulospinal–spinal interneuronal system
K Matsuyama, F Mori, K Nakajima, T Drew, M Aoki, S Mori
Progress in brain research 143, 239-249, 2004
1952004
A kinematic and electromyographic study of cutaneous reflexes evoked from the forelimb of unrestrained walking cats
T Drew, S Rossignol
Journal of neurophysiology 57 (4), 1160-1184, 1987
1771987
Discharges of pyramidal tract and other motor cortical neurones during locomotion in the cat.
DM Armstrong, T Drew
The Journal of Physiology 346 (1), 471-495, 1984
1771984
Independent and convergent signals from the pontomedullary reticular formation contribute to the control of posture and movement during reaching in the cat
B Schepens, T Drew
Journal of neurophysiology 92 (4), 2217-2238, 2004
1762004
Motor cortical cell discharge during voluntary gait modification
T Drew
Brain research 457 (1), 181-187, 1988
1721988
Cortical mechanisms involved in visuomotor coordination during precision walking
T Drew, JE Andujar, K Lajoie, S Yakovenko
Brain research reviews 57 (1), 199-211, 2008
1632008
Contributions of the motor cortex to the control of the hindlimbs during locomotion in the cat
T Drew, W Jiang, W Widajewicz
Brain Research Reviews 40 (1-3), 178-191, 2002
1542002
Locomotor capacities after complete and partial lesions of the spinal cord
S Rossignol, C Chau, E Brustein, M Bélanger, H Barbeau, T Drew
Acta neurobiologiae experimentalis 56, 449-464, 1996
1521996
Muscle synergies during locomotion in the cat: a model for motor cortex control
T Drew, J Kalaska, N Krouchev
The Journal of physiology 586 (5), 1239-1245, 2008
1472008
Sequential activation of muscle synergies during locomotion in the intact cat as revealed by cluster analysis and direct decomposition
N Krouchev, JF Kalaska, T Drew
Journal of neurophysiology 96 (4), 1991-2010, 2006
1282006
Effects of bilateral lesions of the dorsolateral funiculi and dorsal columns at the level of the low thoracic spinal cord on the control of locomotion in the adult cat. I …
W Jiang, T Drew
Journal of Neurophysiology 76 (2), 849-866, 1996
1241996
Locomotor performance and adaptation after partial or complete spinal cord lesions in the cat
S Rossignol, T Drew, E Brustein, W Jiang
Progress in brain research 123, 349-365, 1999
1131999
Neurons in the pontomedullary reticular formation signal posture and movement both as an integrated behavior and independently
B Schepens, P Stapley, T Drew
Journal of neurophysiology 100 (4), 2235-2253, 2008
1112008
Motor cortical activity during voluntary gait modifications in the cat. II. Cells related to the hindlimbs
W Widajewicz, B Kably, T Drew
Journal of Neurophysiology 72 (5), 2070-2089, 1994
1101994
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