Dave McCrea
Dave McCrea
Professor Emeritus, Dept. Physiology and Pathophysiology, University of Manitoba
Verified email at umanitoba.ca
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Organization of mammalian locomotor rhythm and pattern generation
DA McCrea, IA Rybak
Brain research reviews 57 (1), 134-146, 2008
6372008
Modelling spinal circuitry involved in locomotor pattern generation: insights from deletions during fictive locomotion
IA Rybak, NA Shevtsova, M Lafreniere‐Roula, DA McCrea
The Journal of physiology 577 (2), 617-639, 2006
3912006
Ankle extensor group I afferents excite extensors throughout the hindlimb during fictive locomotion in the cat.
P Guertin, MJ Angel, MC Perreault, DA McCrea
The Journal of Physiology 487 (1), 197-209, 1995
2791995
Tapping into spinal circuits to restore motor function
H Barbeau, DA McCrea, MJ O'Donovan, S Rossignol, WM Grill, ...
Brain Research Reviews 30 (1), 27-51, 1999
2671999
Spinal circuitry of sensorimotor control of locomotion
DA McCrea
The Journal of physiology 533 (1), 41-50, 2001
2632001
4 Spinal Cord Circuitry and Motor Reflexes
DA McCREA
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 14 (1), 105-142, 1986
2291986
Deletions of rhythmic motoneuron activity during fictive locomotion and scratch provide clues to the organization of the mammalian central pattern generator
M Lafreniere-Roula, DA McCrea
Journal of neurophysiology 94 (2), 1120-1132, 2005
2282005
Modelling spinal circuitry involved in locomotor pattern generation: insights from the effects of afferent stimulation
IA Rybak, K Stecina, NA Shevtsova, DA McCrea
The Journal of physiology 577 (2), 641-658, 2006
2242006
Disynaptic group I excitation of synergist ankle extensor motoneurones during fictive locomotion in the cat.
DA McCrea, SJ Shefchyk, MJ Stephens, KG Pearson
The Journal of Physiology 487 (2), 527-539, 1995
1581995
A differential synaptic input to the motor nuclei of triceps surae from the caudal and lateral cutaneous sural nerves
LA LaBella, JP Kehler, DA McCrea
Journal of Neurophysiology 61 (2), 291-301, 1989
1571989
Post‐synaptic potentials in a population of motoneurones following activity of single interneurones in the cat.
E Brink, PJ Harrison, E Jankowska, DA McCrea, B Skoog
The Journal of physiology 343 (1), 341-359, 1983
1551983
Inhibitory interactions between interneurones in reflex pathways from group Ia and group Ib afferents in the cat.
E Brink, E Jankowska, DA McCrea, B Skoog
The Journal of physiology 343 (1), 361-373, 1983
1541983
Synaptic connections from large muscle afferents to the motoneurons of various leg muscles in man
CC Mao, P Ashby, M Wang, D McCrea
Experimental brain research 56 (2), 341-350, 1984
1511984
Can sense be made of spinal interneuron circuits?
DA McCrea
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 15, 633-633, 1992
1301992
Control of locomotor cycle durations
S Yakovenko, DA McCrea, K Stecina, A Prochazka
Journal of neurophysiology 94 (2), 1057-1065, 2005
1282005
Pattern of ‘non‐reciprocal’inhibition of motoneurones by impulses in group Ia muscle spindle afferents in the cat
E Jankowska, D McCrea, R Mackel
The Journal of physiology 316 (1), 393-409, 1981
127*1981
Effects of stimulation of hindlimb flexor group II afferents during fictive locomotion in the cat.
MC Perreault, MJ Angel, P Guertin, DA McCrea
The Journal of physiology 487 (1), 211-220, 1995
1191995
Shared reflex pathways from Ib tendon organ afferents and Ia muscle spindle afferents in the cat.
E Jankowska, DA McCrea
The Journal of Physiology 338 (1), 99-111, 1983
1141983
Renshaw cell activity and recurrent effects on motoneurons during fictive locomotion.
DA McCrea, CA Pratt, LM Jordan
Journal of Neurophysiology 44 (3), 475-488, 1980
1111980
Influence of stretch‐evoked synaptic potentials on firing probability of cat spinal motoneurones.
B Gustafsson, D McCrea
The Journal of physiology 347 (1), 431-451, 1984
1071984
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