Continuous galvanic vestibular stimulation modulates muscles sympathetic nerve activity in the lower limbs of awake humans during standing
Bent, L. R., Bolton, Philip Stewart, Macefield, V. G.
Continuous glavanic vestibular stimulation (GVS) does not increase muscle sympathetic nerve activity in awake human subjects
Bolton, Philip Stewart, Wardman, D. L., Macefield, V. G.
Effects of deep and superficial experimentally induced acute pain on muscle sympathetic nerve activity in human subjects
Burton, A. R., Birznieks, I., Bolton, P. S., Henderson, L. A., Macefield, V. G.
Neck proprioceptors contribute to the modulation of muscle sympathetic nerve activity to the lower limbs of humans
Bolton, P. S., Hammam, E., Macefield, V. G.
The vestibular system does not modulate fusimotor drive to muscle spindles in contracting leg muscles of seated subjects
Bent, L. R., Sander, M., Bolton, P. S., Macefield, V. G.
Vestibular inputs do not influence the fusimotor system in relaxed muscles of the human leg
Bent, Leah R., Bolton, P. S., Macefield, V. G.
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