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Fig. 2 | Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Fig. 2

From: Stretch reflex excitability in contralateral limbs of stroke survivors is higher than in matched controls

Fig. 2

Raw data (from Spike 2) showing the indentation sequence, force response as measured from the load cell at the tip of the slider, and EMG measured from the BB-lateral muscle. Each spike corresponds to one tap. The force gradually increases (negative value indicates increase) with each tendon indentation of 1 mm. The expanded view shows a sample tap with 1 mm depth and the corresponding force and EMG response.

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