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Reorganization of corticospinal output during motor learning

21:13 EDT 3 Jul 2017 | Nature Publishing

Corticospinal cells of the motor cortex act as a direct link between the cortex and movement-generating circuits within the spinal cord. The authors demonstrate that the relationship between activity of these cells and movement changes with time and learning, indicating a flexible cortical output to drive movements.

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