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Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology

, Volume 28, Issue 6, pp 706–709 | Cite as

Restoration of locomotion in white rats after multiple lesioning of the motor cortex and heterotopic transplantation of cortex fragments

  • N. I. Vereshchak
  • D. N. Lenkov
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Motor Cortex Cortical Tissue Contralateral Hemisphere Neuron Body Novocaine 
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  • D. N. Lenkov

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