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Svend S Geertsen, Abraham T Zuur, Jens B Nielsen. J Physiol 2010
Times Cited: 29







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227 articles co-cited >1



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Task-related changes in the effect of magnetic brain stimulation on spinal neurones in man.
J Nielsen, N Petersen, G Deuschl, M Ballegaard. J Physiol 1993
186
31



Direct corticospinal pathways contribute to neuromuscular control of perturbed stance.
Wolfgang Taube, Martin Schubert, Markus Gruber, Sandra Beck, Michael Faist, Albert Gollhofer. J Appl Physiol (1985) 2006
134
24

Evidence that a transcortical pathway contributes to stretch reflexes in the tibialis anterior muscle in man.
N Petersen, L O Christensen, H Morita, T Sinkjaer, J Nielsen. J Physiol 1998
140
24



Timing of cortical excitability changes during the reaction time of movements superimposed on tonic motor activity.
Cyril Schneider, Brigitte A Lavoie, Hugues Barbeau, Charles Capaday. J Appl Physiol (1985) 2004
34
20


Spinal inhibition of descending command to soleus motoneurons is removed prior to dorsiflexion.
Svend S Geertsen, Mark van de Ruit, Michael J Grey, Jens B Nielsen. J Physiol 2011
15
40



Sensitivity of monosynaptic test reflexes to facilitation and inhibition as a function of the test reflex size: a study in man and the cat.
C Crone, H Hultborn, L Mazières, C Morin, J Nielsen, E Pierrot-Deseilligny. Exp Brain Res 1990
434
17




Responses of the soleus muscle to transcranial magnetic stimulation.
J Valls-Solé, R Alvarez, E S Tolosa. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1994
35
17

Reciprocal Ia inhibition between ankle flexors and extensors in man.
C Crone, H Hultborn, B Jespersen, J Nielsen. J Physiol 1987
234
17

Corticospinal projections to upper and lower limb spinal motoneurons in man.
B Brouwer, P Ashby. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1990
199
17


Direct comparison of corticospinal volleys in human subjects to transcranial magnetic and electrical stimulation.
D Burke, R Hicks, S C Gandevia, J Stephen, I Woodforth, M Crawford. J Physiol 1993
209
17


Suppression of EMG activity by transcranial magnetic stimulation in human subjects during walking.
N T Petersen, J E Butler, V Marchand-Pauvert, R Fisher, A Ledebt, H S Pyndt, N L Hansen, J B Nielsen. J Physiol 2001
182
13

Motor skill training induces changes in the excitability of the leg cortical area in healthy humans.
Monica A Perez, Bjarke K S Lungholt, Kathinka Nyborg, Jens B Nielsen. Exp Brain Res 2004
322
13

Responses of ankle extensor and flexor motoneurons to transcranial magnetic stimulation.
P Bawa, G R Chalmers, H Stewart, A A Eisen. J Neurophysiol 2002
72
13


Involvement of the corticospinal tract in the control of human gait.
Dorothy Barthélemy, Michael J Grey, Jens Bo Nielsen, Laurent Bouyer. Prog Brain Res 2011
62
13

The H-reflex as a probe: pathways and pitfalls.
Maria Knikou. J Neurosci Methods 2008
240
13

Stimulation at the cervicomedullary junction in human subjects.
Janet L Taylor. J Electromyogr Kinesiol 2006
87
13

Development of recommendations for SEMG sensors and sensor placement procedures.
H J Hermens, B Freriks, C Disselhorst-Klug, G Rau. J Electromyogr Kinesiol 2000
13


Enhanced excitability of the corticospinal pathway of the ankle extensor and flexor muscles during standing in humans.
Hiroki Obata, Hirofumi Sekiguchi, Kimitaka Nakazawa, Tatsuyuki Ohtsuki. Exp Brain Res 2009
22
18

Cortical control of spinal pathways mediating group II excitation to human thigh motoneurones.
V Marchand-Pauvert, M Simonetta-Moreau, E Pierrot-Deseilligny. J Physiol 1999
51
10

Cortical control of presynaptic inhibition of Ia afferents in humans.
S Meunier, E Pierrot-Deseilligny. Exp Brain Res 1998
118
10


H reflex modulation by transcranial magnetic stimulation in spinal cord injury subjects after gait training with electromechanical systems.
J Benito Penalva, E Opisso, J Medina, M Corrons, H Kumru, J Vidal, J Valls-Solé. Spinal Cord 2010
18
16

Interaction of paired cortical and peripheral nerve stimulation on human motor neurons.
David E Poon, Francois D Roy, Monica A Gorassini, Richard B Stein. Exp Brain Res 2008
32
10

Abnormal corticospinal tract modulation of the soleus H reflex in patients with pure spastic paraparesis.
Teresa Serranová, Josep Valls-Solé, Esteban Muñoz, David Genís, Robert Jech, Pavel Seeman. Neurosci Lett 2008
16
18

Reduction of common synaptic drive to ankle dorsiflexor motoneurons during walking in patients with spinal cord lesion.
N L Hansen, B A Conway, D M Halliday, S Hansen, H S Pyndt, F Biering-Sørensen, J B Nielsen. J Neurophysiol 2005
95
10

Corticospinal input in human gait: modulation of magnetically evoked motor responses.
M Schubert, A Curt, L Jensen, V Dietz. Exp Brain Res 1997
188
10

On the comparability of H-reflexes and MEPs.
J Nielsen, H Morita, J Baumgarten, N Petersen, L O Christensen. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Suppl 1999
44
10


Corticocortical inhibition in human motor cortex.
T Kujirai, M D Caramia, J C Rothwell, B L Day, P D Thompson, A Ferbert, S Wroe, P Asselman, C D Marsden. J Physiol 1993
10

Task-specific depression of the soleus H-reflex after cocontraction training of antagonistic ankle muscles.
Monica A Perez, Jesper Lundbye-Jensen, Jens B Nielsen. J Neurophysiol 2007
52
10



Reciprocal Ia inhibition contributes to motoneuronal hyperpolarisation during the inactive phase of locomotion and scratching in the cat.
Svend S Geertsen, Katinka Stecina, Claire F Meehan, Jens B Nielsen, Hans Hultborn. J Physiol 2011
55
10


Corticospinal excitability is lower during rhythmic arm movement than during tonic contraction.
Timothy J Carroll, Evan R L Baldwin, David F Collins, E Paul Zehr. J Neurophysiol 2006
45
10

Corticospinal contributions to lower limb muscle activity during cycling in humans.
Simranjit K Sidhu, Ben W Hoffman, Andrew G Cresswell, Timothy J Carroll. J Neurophysiol 2012
44
10


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.