Long-term cuff electrode recordings from peripheral nerves in animals and humans

  • Sinkjaer T
  • Haugland M
  • Struijk J
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A peripheral nerve contains thousands of nerve fibers, each of them transmitting information, either from the periphery to the central nervous system or from the central nervous system to the periphery. The efferent fibers transmit information to actuators, mainly muscles, whereas afferent fibers transmit sensory information about the state of organs and events, such as muscle length, touch, skin temperature, joint angles, nociception, and several other modalities of sensory information.

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  • Thomas Sinkjaer

  • Morten Haugland

  • Johannes Struijk

  • Ronald Riso

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