Trevor Drew
Trevor Drew
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Cortical and brainstem control of locomotion
T Drew, S Prentice, B Schepens
Progress in brain research 143, 251-261, 2004
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Motor cortical cell discharge during voluntary gait modification
T Drew
Brain research 457 (1), 181-187, 1988
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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