Dave McCrea
Dave McCrea
Professor, Dept. Physiology, University of Manitoba
Verified email at scrc.umanitoba.ca
TitleCited byYear
Organization of mammalian locomotor rhythm and pattern generation
DA McCrea, IA Rybak
Brain research reviews 57 (1), 134-146, 2008
5702008
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
3992006
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
2681995
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
2651989
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
2581983
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
2552006
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
2541984
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
2501999
Spinal circuitry of sensorimotor control of locomotion
DA McCrea
The Journal of physiology 533 (1), 41-50, 2001
2492001
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
2201983
4 Spinal Cord Circuitry and Motor Reflexes
DA McCREA
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 14 (1), 105-142, 1986
2171986
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
2131980
Comparison of effects of monoamines on transmission in spinal pathways from group I and II muscle afferents in the cat
H Bras, P Cavallari, E Jankowska, D McCrea
Experimental Brain Research 76 (1), 27-37, 1989
2041989
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
1952005
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
1911981
Can sense be made of spinal interneuron circuits?
DA McCrea
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 15, 633-633, 1992
1761992
Oligosynaptic excitation 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), 411-425, 1981
1751981
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
1651995
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
1531983
Modeling the mammalian locomotor CPG: insights from mistakes and perturbations
DA McCrea, IA Rybak
Progress in brain research 165, 235-253, 2007
1282007
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