Supplementary Figure 2: Effect of EES on the natural modulation of proprioceptive circuits during passive movements: extended data. | Nature Neuroscience

Supplementary Figure 2: Effect of EES on the natural modulation of proprioceptive circuits during passive movements: extended data.

From: Electrical spinal cord stimulation must preserve proprioception to enable locomotion in humans with spinal cord injury

Supplementary Figure 2

a, Configuration of the experimental setup for subject #1 and #3, as described in Fig. 3a. b, Plots showing EES pulses, EMG activity of the vastus medialis, and changes in knee joint angle during passive oscillations of the knee when EES is delivered at 60 Hz in subject #2 — similar results were achieved in subject #1 and #3. Conventions as in Fig. 3b.