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St. Petersburg scientists developed a method of restoring walking functions in paralyzed patients

Scientists at the Pavlov Institute of Physiology of the Russian Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg have developed a way to restore the function of unaided walking in patients with paralysis. Yury Gerasimenko, the head of the Laboratory of Dynamic Physiology at the institute and one of the authors of the innovative methodology, announced that to journalists in the St. Petersburg press centre.
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«Twenty years ago, we conducted research in Houston together with American colleagues and shown for the first time that a human, like other mammals, has a neural network in the spinal cord called 'generators of walking movements'. The network can be activated and then it would cause walking movements and regulate motor function,» Gerasimenko said of the first studies, which formed the basis for the subsequent work on the method.

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