Reprogramming the motor cortex for functional recovery after neonatal or adult unilateral lesion of the corticospinal system in the macaque monkey

E. M. Rouiller, T. Wannier, E. Schmidlin, Yu Liu

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Abstract

This chapter describes the mechanisms underlying reprogramming of the motor cortex in order to rehabilitate some motor control after a lesion affecting the central nervous system, namely the cerebral cortex or the cervical spinal cord. The corticospinal projection was chosen as a model to address the issue of reprogramming the cerebral cortex following a lesion occurring either at early (neonatal) or late (adult) stages. Reprogramming the motor cortex is used to refer to the re-establishment of functional control on motoneurons deprived of cortical inputs as a result of cortical or cervical lesion.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationReprogramming the Cerebral Cortex: Plasticity following central and peripheral lesions
PublisherOxford University Press
ISBN (Electronic)9780191723926
ISBN (Print)9780198528999
DOIs
StatePublished - Sep 1 2009

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Motor Cortex
Macaca
Cerebral Cortex
Haplorhini
Motor Neurons
Central Nervous System
Cervical Cord

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Neuroscience(all)

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Rouiller, E. M., Wannier, T., Schmidlin, E., & Liu, Y. (2009). Reprogramming the motor cortex for functional recovery after neonatal or adult unilateral lesion of the corticospinal system in the macaque monkey. In Reprogramming the Cerebral Cortex: Plasticity following central and peripheral lesions Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198528999.003.0017

Reprogramming the motor cortex for functional recovery after neonatal or adult unilateral lesion of the corticospinal system in the macaque monkey. / Rouiller, E. M.; Wannier, T.; Schmidlin, E.; Liu, Yu.

Reprogramming the Cerebral Cortex: Plasticity following central and peripheral lesions. Oxford University Press, 2009.

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Rouiller, EM, Wannier, T, Schmidlin, E & Liu, Y 2009, Reprogramming the motor cortex for functional recovery after neonatal or adult unilateral lesion of the corticospinal system in the macaque monkey. in Reprogramming the Cerebral Cortex: Plasticity following central and peripheral lesions. Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198528999.003.0017
Rouiller EM, Wannier T, Schmidlin E, Liu Y. Reprogramming the motor cortex for functional recovery after neonatal or adult unilateral lesion of the corticospinal system in the macaque monkey. In Reprogramming the Cerebral Cortex: Plasticity following central and peripheral lesions. Oxford University Press. 2009 https://doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198528999.003.0017
Rouiller, E. M. ; Wannier, T. ; Schmidlin, E. ; Liu, Yu. / Reprogramming the motor cortex for functional recovery after neonatal or adult unilateral lesion of the corticospinal system in the macaque monkey. Reprogramming the Cerebral Cortex: Plasticity following central and peripheral lesions. Oxford University Press, 2009.
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