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From: Adjacent regenerative peripheral nerve interfaces produce phase-antagonist signals during voluntary walking in rats

Fig. 1

Surgical preparation of Control and Dual-RPNI rats. Schematic Diagram of the left hind limbs, indicating nerves, muscles, and bipolar electrode placement for the Control and Dual-RPNI study groups. The only surgical intervention for rats in the Control group involved electrode placement. Rats in the Dual-RPNI group underwent a free EDL muscle transfer with placement of a fascicle of the tibial nerve, and a free tibialis anterior muscle transfer with placement of the peroneal nerve. Both muscle transfers were placed adjacent to one another, and anchored to the femur in the left hind limb. Abbreviations: M = muscle; N = nerve

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