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Neuroplasticity following short-term strength training occurs at supraspinal level and is specific for the trained task

Neuroplasticity following short-term strength training occurs at supraspinal level and is specific for the trained task

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GIBOIN, Louis-Solal, Benjamin WEISS, Felix Alexander THOMAS, Markus GRUBER, 2018. Neuroplasticity following short-term strength training occurs at supraspinal level and is specific for the trained task. In: Acta physiologica. 222(4), e12998. ISSN 1748-1708. eISSN 1748-1716. Available under: doi: 10.1111/apha.12998

@article{Giboin2018-04Neuro-40963, title={Neuroplasticity following short-term strength training occurs at supraspinal level and is specific for the trained task}, year={2018}, doi={10.1111/apha.12998}, number={4}, volume={222}, issn={1748-1708}, journal={Acta physiologica}, author={Giboin, Louis-Solal and Weiss, Benjamin and Thomas, Felix Alexander and Gruber, Markus}, note={Article Number: e12998} }

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