Michael D Johnson
Michael D Johnson
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Persistent inward currents in spinal motoneurons and their influence on human motoneuron firing patterns
CJ Heckman, M Johnson, C Mottram, J Schuster
The Neuroscientist 14 (3), 264-275, 2008
Active properties of motoneurone dendrites: diffuse descending neuromodulation, focused local inhibition
CJ Heckman, AS Hyngstrom, MD Johnson
The Journal of physiology 586 (5), 1225-1231, 2008
Intrinsic electrical properties of spinal motoneurons vary with joint angle
AS Hyngstrom, MD Johnson, JF Miller, CJ Heckman
Nature neuroscience 10 (3), 363-369, 2007
Active dendritic integration of inhibitory synaptic inputs in vivo
JJ Kuo, RH Lee, MD Johnson, HM Heckman, CJ Heckman
Journal of neurophysiology 90 (6), 3617-3624, 2003
Extra forces evoked during electrical stimulation of the muscle or its nerve are generated and modulated by a length-dependent intrinsic property of muscle in humans and cats
A Frigon, CK Thompson, MD Johnson, M Manuel, TG Hornby, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (15), 5579-5588, 2011
Robust and accurate decoding of motoneuron behaviour and prediction of the resulting force output
CK Thompson, F Negro, MD Johnson, MR Holmes, LM McPherson, ...
The Journal of physiology 596 (14), 2643-2659, 2018
Movement‐related receptive fields of spinal motoneurones with active dendrites
A Hyngstrom, M Johnson, J Schuster, CJ Heckman
The Journal of Physiology 586 (6), 1581-1593, 2008
Summation of excitatory and inhibitory synaptic inputs by motoneurons with highly active dendrites
AS Hyngstrom, MD Johnson, CJ Heckman
Journal of neurophysiology 99 (4), 1643-1652, 2008
Spinal cord stimulation for spasticity: historical approaches, current status, and future directions
SJ Nagel, S Wilson, MD Johnson, A Machado, L Frizon, MK Chardon, ...
Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface 20 (4), 307-321, 2017
The potential for understanding the synaptic organization of human motor commands via the firing patterns of motoneurons
MD Johnson, CK Thompson, VM Tysseling, RK Powers, CJ Heckman
Journal of neurophysiology 118 (1), 520-531, 2017
Gain control mechanisms in spinal motoneurons
MD Johnson, CJ Heckman
Frontiers in Neural Circuits 8, 81, 2014
Push–pull control of motor output
MD Johnson, AS Hyngstrom, M Manuel, CJ Heckman
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (13), 4592-4599, 2012
Altered activation patterns by triceps surae stretch reflex pathways in acute and chronic spinal cord injury
A Frigon, MD Johnson, CJ Heckman
Journal of neurophysiology 106 (4), 1669-1678, 2011
Interactions between focused synaptic inputs and diffuse neuromodulation in the spinal cord
MD Johnson, CJ Heckman
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1198, 35, 2010
Cutaneous inputs from the back abolish locomotor-like activity and reduce spastic-like activity in the adult cat following complete spinal cord injury
A Frigon, Y Thibaudier, MD Johnson, CJ Heckman, MF Hurteau
Experimental neurology 235 (2), 588-598, 2012
Motoneuron intrinsic properties, but not their receptive fields, recover in chronic spinal injury
MD Johnson, E Kajtaz, CM Cain, CJ Heckman
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (48), 18806-18813, 2013
Synaptic integration in motoneurons with hyper-excitable dendrites
CJ Heckman, JJ Kuo, MD Johnson
Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology 82 (8-9), 549-555, 2004
An ovine model of spinal cord injury
S Wilson, KO Abode-Iyamah, JW Miller, CG Reddy, S Safayi, ...
The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine 40 (3), 346-360, 2017
Differential modulation of crossed and uncrossed reflex pathways by clonidine in adult cats following complete spinal cord injury
A Frigon, MD Johnson, CJ Heckman
The Journal of physiology 590 (4), 973-989, 2012
Reflex wind-up in early chronic spinal injury: plasticity of motor outputs
MD Johnson, A Frigon, MF Hurteau, C Cain, CJ Heckman
Journal of neurophysiology 117 (5), 2065-2074, 2017
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