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Spinal-cord injury

Neural interfaces take another step forward

Nature volume 539, pages 177178 (10 November 2016) | Download Citation

Two monkeys subjected to a spinal-cord injury that paralysed one leg have regained the ability to walk, thanks to technology that re-establishes communication between the brain and spinal cord. See Letter p.284

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