D A McCrea mainly investigates Neuroscience, Central pattern generator, Reflex, Stimulation and Spinal cord. D A McCrea works in the field of Neuroscience, namely Inhibitory postsynaptic potential. His Central pattern generator research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hindlimb, Presynaptic inhibition, Reflex pathway and Decerebrate cats.
His research in Reflex intersects with topics in Spinal cord injury, Sensorimotor control, Motor control and Central nervous system. The Stimulation study combines topics in areas such as Muscle spindle and Anatomy. His Spinal cord study combines topics in areas such as Biological neural network, Period and Neuroprosthetics.
D A McCrea mainly focuses on Neuroscience, Anatomy, Stimulation, Reflex and Spinal cord. His study on Neuroscience is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Central pattern generator. His work is dedicated to discovering how Central pattern generator, Period are connected with Proprioception and other disciplines.
His work carried out in the field of Stimulation brings together such families of science as Hindlimb, Afferent stimulation, Electrophysiology and Midbrain. The study incorporates disciplines such as Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Sensory system, Ankle, Dorsum and Motor system in addition to Reflex. His Spinal cord study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Central nervous system and Electrical Synapses, Gap junction.
His main research concerns Neuroscience, Spinal cord, Central pattern generator, Stimulation and Reflex. In the field of Neuroscience, his study on Excitatory postsynaptic potential overlaps with subjects such as Scratch. He has included themes like Electrical Synapses and Gap junction in his Spinal cord study.
His research investigates the link between Central pattern generator and topics such as Period that cross with problems in Proprioception. He combines subjects such as Hindlimb, Anatomy and Afferent stimulation with his study of Stimulation. While the research belongs to areas of Reflex, D A McCrea spends his time largely on the problem of Dorsum, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Falling, Ankle and Stance phase.
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Organization of mammalian locomotor rhythm and pattern generation.
David A. McCrea;Ilya A. Rybak.
Brain Research Reviews (2008)
Modelling spinal circuitry involved in locomotor pattern generation: insights from deletions during fictive locomotion
Ilya A. Rybak;Natalia A. Shevtsova;Natalia A. Shevtsova;Myriam Lafreniere-Roula;David A. McCrea.
The Journal of Physiology (2006)
ANKLE EXTENSOR GROUP I AFFERENTS EXCITE EXTENSORS THROUGHOUT THE HINDLIMB DURING FICTIVE LOCOMOTION IN THE CAT
P Guertin;M J Angel;M C Perreault;D A McCrea.
The Journal of Physiology (1995)
Tapping into spinal circuits to restore motor function.
Hugues Barbeau;David A. McCrea;Michael J. O'Donovan;Serge Rossignol.
Brain Research Reviews (1999)
Spinal circuitry of sensorimotor control of locomotion
David A. McCrea.
The Journal of Physiology (2001)
A differential synaptic input to the motor nuclei of triceps surae from the caudal and lateral cutaneous sural nerves
L. A. LaBella;J. P. Kehler;D. A. McCrea.
Journal of Neurophysiology (1989)
Inhibitory interactions between interneurones in reflex pathways from group Ia and group Ib afferents in the cat.
E Brink;E Jankowska;D A McCrea;B Skoog.
The Journal of Physiology (1983)
Synaptic connections from large muscle afferents to the motoneurons of various leg muscles in man
C. C. Mao;P. Ashby;M. Wang;D. McCrea.
Experimental Brain Research (1984)
Deletions of Rhythmic Motoneuron Activity During Fictive Locomotion and Scratch Provide Clues to the Organization of the Mammalian Central Pattern Generator
Myriam Lafreniere-Roula;David A. McCrea.
Journal of Neurophysiology (2005)
Modelling spinal circuitry involved in locomotor pattern generation: insights from the effects of afferent stimulation
Ilya A. Rybak;Katinka Stecina;Natalia A. Shevtsova;Natalia A. Shevtsova;David A. McCrea.
The Journal of Physiology (2006)
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