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Thresholds of cutaneous afferents related to perceptual threshold across the human foot sole

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    Thresholds of cutaneous afferents related to perceptual threshold across the human foot sole.
    Strzalkowski ND, Mildren RL, Bent LR.
    J Neurophysiol. 2015 Aug 19
     
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