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Fig. 4 | Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Fig. 4

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

Fig. 4

Percent EMG activity of Control and Dual-RPNI rat strides. EMG signal activity, illustrated as a percentage of the total gait cycle obtained from the musculature of 2 Control group rats (left) and 2 Dual-RPNI group rats (right) during 32 strides. Activity transduced from (a) tibial nerve (Control), (b) peroneal nerve (Control), (c) tibial nerve (Dual-RPNI) and (d) peroneal nerve (Dual-RPNI) has been segmented into stance and swing for each step

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