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From: Otahal S.<otahal@ftvs.cuni.cz>
Date: 10.1.2000
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Literature Update for keywords: BIOMECH* or LOCOMOT*

Rodger Kram UC Berkeley

CARDIOVASCULAR Liu, S. Q. Biomechanical basis of vascular tissue engineering. Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, v. 27, n. 1-2, (1999.): 75-148.

NEURAL Siegel, Andrea C.; Burton, Roger V. Effects of baby walkers on motor and mental development in human infants. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, v. 20, n. 5, (Oct., 1999.): 355-361.

Matre, DA; Sinkjaer, T; Knardahl, S; Andersen, JB; Arendt-Nielsen, L. The influence of experimental muscle pain on the human soleus stretch reflex during sitting and walking. CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY, 1999 DEC, V110 N12:2033-2043.

Kojima, Narumi; Nakazawa, Kimitaka; Yano, Hideo. Effects of limb loading on the lower-limb electromyographic activity during orthotic locomotion in a paraplegic patient. Neuroscience Letters, v. 274, n. 3, (Oct. 29, 1999.): 211-213.

Golubitsky, Martin; Stewart, Ian; Buono, Pietro-Luciano; Collins, J. J. Symmetry in locomotor central pattern generators and animal gaits. Nature (London), v. 401, n. 6754, (Oct. 14, 1999.): 693-695.

Carpenter, Mark G.; Allum, John H. J.; Honegger, Flurin. Directional sensitivity of stretch reflexes and balance corrections for normal subjects in the roll and pitch planes. Experimental Brain Research, v. 129, n. 1, (Nov., 1999.): 93-113.

Hagevik, Andre; McClellan, Andrew D. Coordination of locomotor activity in the lamprey: Role of descending drive to oscillators along the spinal cord. Experimental Brain Research, v. 128, n. 4, (Oct., 1999.): 481-490.

Dietz, V.; Nakazawa, K.; Wirz, M.; Erni, Th. Level of spinal cord lesion determines locomotor activity in spinal man. Experimental Brain Research, v. 128, n. 3, (Oct., 1999.): 405-409.

Popov, K. E.; Lekhel, H.; Faldon, M.; Bronstein, A. M.; Gresty, M. A. Visual and oculomotor responses induced by neck vibration in normal subjects and labyrinthine-defective patients. Experimental Brain Research, v. 128, n. 3, (Oct., 1999.): 343-352.

Burke, R. E. The use of state-dependent modulation of spinal reflexes as a tool to investigate the organization of spinal interneurons. Experimental Brain Research, v. 128, n. 3, (Oct., 1999.): 263-277.

Patla, A. E.; Prentice, S. D.; Rietdyk, S.; Allard, F.; Martin, C. What guides the selection of alternate foot placement during locomotion in humans. Experimental Brain Research, v. 128, n. 4, (Oct., 1999.): 441-450.

ORTHOPEDICS Lin Jin; Zhang Jianguo; Ye Qibin; Sheng Jianxiong; Qiu Guixing. Failure and complication following surgical treatment of scoliosis: An analysis of 101 cases. Chinese Medical Sciences Journal, v. 14, n. 3, (Sept., 1999.): 174-179.

Carver, Scott E.; Heath, Carole A. Influence of intermittent pressure, fluid flow, and mixing on the regenerative properties of articular chondrocytes. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, v. 65, n. 3, (Nov. 5, 1999.): 274-281.

Stammberger, Tobias; Eckstein, Felix; Englmeier, Karl-Hans; Reiser, Maximilian. Determination of 3D cartilage thickness data from MR imaging: Computational method and reproducibility in the living. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, v. 41, n. 3, (March, 1999.): 529-536.

Ueng, Steve Wen-Neng; Lee, Shiuann-Sheng; Lin, Song-Shu; Wang, Chao-Ran; Liu, Shih-Jung; Tai, Ching-Lung; Shih, Chun-Hsiung. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy mitigates the adverse effect of cigarette smoking on the bone healing of tibial lengthening: An experimental study on rabbits. Journal of Trauma Injury Infection and Critical Care, v. 47, n. 4, (Oct., 1999.): 752-759.

Hsu, Edward W.; Setton, Lori A. Diffusion tensor microscopy of the intervertebral disc anulus fibrosus. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, v. 41, n. 5, (May, 1999.): 992-999.

Holt, G. Richard. Biomechanics of nasal septal trauma. Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America, v. 32, n. 4, (Aug., 1999.): 615-619.

Wollheim, Frank A. Scandinavia and the Bone and Joint Decade 2000-2010: A timely initiative. Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology, v. 28, n. 5, (1999.): 267-268.

ERGONOMICS Borzelli, Gianluca; Cappizzo, Aurolio; Papa, Elisabetta. Inter- and intra-individual variability of ground reaction forces during sit-to-stand with principal component analysis. Medical Engineering & Physics, v. 21, n. 4, (May, 1999.): 235-240.

Jorgensen, Michael J.; Davis, Kermit G.; Kirking, Bryan C.; Lewis, Karen E. K.; Marras, William S. Significance of biomechanical and physiological variables during the determination of maximum acceptable weight of lift. Ergonomics, v. 42, n. 9, (Sept., 1999.): 1216-1232.

Granata, Kevin P.; Marras, William S. Relation between spinal load factors and the high-risk probability of occupational low-back disorder. Ergonomics, v. 42, n. 9, (Sept., 1999.): 1187-1199.

Lin, C. J.; Bernard, T. M.; Ayoub, M. M. A biomechanical evaluation of lifting speed using work- and moment-related measures. Ergonomics, v. 42, n. 8, (Aug., 1999.): 1051-1059.

METHODOLOGY Jeffcott, L. B.; Holmes, M. A.; Townsend, H.G.G. Validity of saddle pressure measurements using force-sensing array technology-Preliminary studies. Veterinary Journal, v. 158, n. 2, (Sept., 1999.): 113-119.

Fuhr, Arlan W. Apparatus for gathering biomechanical parameters. Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office Patents, v. 1226, n. 3, (Sep. 21, 1999.): No pagination.

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