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    Quote Originally Posted by GRAMMY View Post
    • Inside a muscle there are groups of motor units separated by membranes. Each motor unit consists of a single neuron and all of the muscle fibers it stimulates. In muscles such as the hand where fine motor control is necessary the ratio of nerves to fibers will be much higher than that of a muscle such as the calf.
    Thanks, that explains it in a lot more detail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRAMMY View Post
    • Inside a muscle there are groups of motor units separated by membranes. Each motor unit consists of a single neuron and all of the muscle fibers it stimulates. In muscles such as the hand where fine motor control is necessary the ratio of nerves to fibers will be much higher than that of a muscle such as the calf.
    Grammy to the rescue as usual!
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    To be super simple about cervical decisions... If I were hoping to see a bit of efficacy with a tiny dose of new product in a Ph. 1 safety trial, I'd chose the patient working at some finger twitching over trying to lift up a heavy leg any day.

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    Sven Jacobson
    to their advisory board.

    “Sven has deep experience in developing treatments for central nervous system injuries, including spinal cord injury,” says ReNetX CEO Erika Smith. “He can provide real insight into designing clinical trials that provide investors with the data they need.”
    https://globenewswire.com/news-relea...ory-Board.html

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