Nicolas Caesar Petersen
Nicolas Caesar Petersen
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TitleCited byYear
The effect of sustained low‐intensity contractions on supraspinal fatigue in human elbow flexor muscles
K Søgaard, SC Gandevia, G Todd, NT Petersen, JL Taylor
The Journal of physiology 573 (2), 511-523, 2006
2722006
Changes in segmental and motor cortical output with contralateral muscle contractions and altered sensory inputs in humans
T Hortobágyi, JL Taylor, NT Petersen, G Russell, SC Gandevia
Journal of Neurophysiology 90 (4), 2451-2459, 2003
2582003
Suppression of EMG activity by transcranial magnetic stimulation in human subjects during walking
NT Petersen, JE Butler, V Marchand‐Pauvert, R Fisher, A Ledebt, ...
The Journal of physiology 537 (2), 651-656, 2001
2152001
Is presynaptic inhibition distributed to corticospinal fibres in man?
J Nielsen, N Petersen
The Journal of physiology 477 (1), 47-58, 1994
1971994
Task‐related changes in the effect of magnetic brain stimulation on spinal neurones in man.
J Nielsen, N Petersen, G Deuschl, M Ballegaard
The Journal of Physiology 471 (1), 223-243, 1993
1971993
Impaired response of human motoneurones to corticospinal stimulation after voluntary exercise
SC Gandevia, N Petersen, JE Butler, JL Taylor
The Journal of Physiology 521 (3), 749-759, 1999
1951999
Cerebral activation during bicycle movements in man
LOD Christensen, P Johannsen, T Sinkjær, N Petersen, HS Pyndt, ...
Experimental Brain Research 135 (1), 66-72, 2000
1922000
Disynaptic reciprocal inhibition of ankle extensors in spastic patients
C Crone, J Nielsen, N Petersen, M Ballegaard, H Hultborn
Brain 117 (5), 1161-1168, 1994
1921994
Modulation of presynaptic inhibition and disynaptic reciprocal Ia inhibition during voluntary movement in spasticity
H Morita, C Crone, D Christenhuis, NT Petersen, JB Nielsen
Brain 124 (4), 826-837, 2001
1912001
Investigating human motor control by transcranial magnetic stimulation
NT Petersen, HS Pyndt, JB Nielsen
Experimental brain research 152 (1), 1-16, 2003
1792003
Evidence that a transcortical pathway contributes to stretch reflexes in the tibialis anterior muscle in man
N Petersen, LOD Christensen, H Morita, T Sinkjær, J Nielsen
The Journal of physiology 512 (1), 267-276, 1998
1681998
Changes in transmission across synapses of Ia afferents in spastic patients
J Nielsen, N Petersen, C Crone
Brain 118 (4), 995-1004, 1995
1671995
Sensitivity of H-reflexes and stretch reflexes to presynaptic inhibition in humans
H Morita, N Petersen, LOD Christensen, T Sinkjær, J Nielsen
Journal of neurophysiology 80 (2), 610-620, 1998
1651998
Flexor reflex afferents reset the step cycle during fictive locomotion in the cat
ED Schomburg, N Petersen, I Barajon, H Hultborn
Experimental brain research 122 (3), 339-350, 1998
1441998
Evidence suggesting a transcortical pathway from cutaneous foot afferents to tibialis anterior motoneurones in man
J Nielsen, N Petersen, B Fedirchuk
The Journal of Physiology 501 (2), 473-484, 1997
1431997
Reduced muscle activation during exercise related to brain oxygenation and metabolism in humans
P Rasmussen, J Nielsen, M Overgaard, R Krogh‐Madsen, A Gjedde, ...
The Journal of physiology 588 (11), 1985-1995, 2010
1342010
Modulation of reciprocal inhibition between ankle extensors and flexors during walking in man
N Petersen, H Morita, J Nielsen
The Journal of physiology 520 (2), 605-619, 1999
1271999
The effect of transcranial magnetic stimulation on the soleus H reflex during human walking
N Petersen, LOD Christensen, J Nielsen
The Journal of physiology 513 (2), 599-610, 1998
1181998
Pharmacologically evoked fictive motor patterns in the acutely spinalized marmoset monkey (Callithrix jacchus)
B Fedirchuk, J Nielsen, N Petersen, H Hultborn
Experimental brain research 122 (3), 351-361, 1998
1101998
H-reflexes are less depressed following muscle stretch in spastic spinal cord injured patients than in healthy subjects
J Nielsen, N Petersen, M Ballegaard, F Biering-Sørensen, O Kiehn
Experimental brain research 97 (1), 173-176, 1993
1001993
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