Jens Bo Nielsen
Jens Bo Nielsen
Professor, Movement neuroscience, University of Copenhagen
Verified email at sund.ku.dk
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Sensitivity of monosynaptic test reflexes to facilitation and inhibition as a function of the test reflex size: a study in man and the cat
C Crone, H Hultborn, L Mazieres, C Morin, J Nielsen, ...
Experimental brain research 81 (1), 35-45, 1990
5061990
Motor skill training induces changes in the excitability of the leg cortical area in healthy humans
MA Perez, BKS Lungholt, K Nyborg, JB Nielsen
Experimental brain research 159 (2), 197-205, 2004
4792004
On the mechanism of the post-activation depression of the H-reflex in human subjects
H Hultborn, M Illert, J Nielsen, A Paul, M Ballegaard, H Wiese
Experimental brain research 108 (3), 450-462, 1996
4261996
Reciprocal Ia inhibition between ankle flexors and extensors in man.
C Crone, H Hultborn, B Jespersen, J Nielsen
The Journal of physiology 389 (1), 163-185, 1987
4221987
The spinal pathophysiology of spasticity–from a basic science point of view
JB Nielsen, C Crone, H Hultborn
Acta physiologica 189 (2), 171-180, 2007
4172007
Motor skill training and strength training are associated with different plastic changes in the central nervous system
JL Jensen, PCD Marstrand, JB Nielsen
Journal of applied physiology 99 (4), 1558-1568, 2005
4162005
The effects of cardiovascular exercise on human memory: a review with meta-analysis
M Roig, S Nordbrandt, SS Geertsen, JB Nielsen
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 37 (8), 1645-1666, 2013
3722013
Major role for sensory feedback in soleus EMG activity in the stance phase of walking in man
T Sinkjær, JB Andersen, M Ladouceur, LOD Christensen, JB Nielsen
The Journal of physiology 523 (3), 817-827, 2000
3612000
Spasticity-assessment: a review
F Biering-Sørensen, JB Nielsen, K Klinge
Spinal cord 44 (12), 708-722, 2006
3172006
Methodological implications of the post activation depression of the soleus H-reflex in man
C Crone, J Nielsen
Experimental brain research 78 (1), 28-32, 1989
3151989
Spinal mechanisms in man contributing to reciprocal inhibition during voluntary dorsiflexion of the foot.
C Crone, J Nielsen
The Journal of physiology 416 (1), 255-272, 1989
2961989
How we walk: central control of muscle activity during human walking
JB Nielsen
The Neuroscientist 9 (3), 195-204, 2003
2862003
H-reflexes are smaller in dancers from The Royal Danish Ballet than in well-trained athletes
J Nielsen, C Crone, H Hultborn
European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology 66 (2 …, 1993
2671993
The motor cortex drives the muscles during walking in human subjects
TH Petersen, M Willerslev‐Olsen, BA Conway, JB Nielsen
The Journal of physiology 590 (10), 2443-2452, 2012
2552012
A single bout of exercise improves motor memory
M Roig, K Skriver, J Lundbye-Jensen, B Kiens, JB Nielsen
PloS one 7 (9), e44594, 2012
2492012
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
2442001
Acute exercise improves motor memory: exploring potential biomarkers
K Skriver, M Roig, J Lundbye-Jensen, J Pingel, JW Helge, B Kiens, ...
Neurobiology of learning and memory 116, 46-58, 2014
2372014
Group II muscle afferents probably contribute to the medium latency soleus stretch reflex during walking in humans
MJ Grey, M Ladouceur, JB Andersen, JB Nielsen, T Sinkjær
The Journal of physiology 534 (3), 925-933, 2001
2372001
The regulation of presynaptic inhibition during co‐contraction of antagonistic muscles in man.
J Nielsen, Y Kagamihara
The Journal of physiology 464 (1), 575-593, 1993
2291993
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
2282000
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