Spinal Cord Research 2015-Q2&3 — (Fig.4 B) Humans, but not rats, recover the ability to traverse a horizontal ladder after lateralized SCI.

Spinal Cord Research 2015-Q2&3 — (Fig.4 B) Humans, but not rats, recover the ability to traverse a horizontal ladder after lateralized SCI.

Spinal Cord Research 2015-Q2&3 — (Fig.4 B) Humans, but not rats, recover the ability to traverse a horizontal ladder after lateralized SCI.

(A and B) Decomposition of lower limbmotion during locomotion along the equally spaced rungs of a horizontal ladder. Foot placement was measured as the relative positioning of the ipsilesional foot with respect to two successive rung positions (red dots). The number of occurrences per 5% bin is reported together with the percentage of accurate, slipped, and missed placements.