Long-Evans and Sprague-Dawley rats have similar skilled reaching success and limb representations in motor cortex but different movements: Some cautionary insights into the selection of rat strains for neurobiological motor research

Ian Q. Whishaw, Bogdan Gorny, Afra Foroud, Jeffrey A. Kleim

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