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

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

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

(C) Principal component (PC) analysis was applied on dimensionless parameters (n = 101): 101 kinematic parameters measured for the ipsilesional leg before the injury (or healthy) and at the chronic stage of SCI. Individual (lines) and averaged 3D distance between noninjured data points and those measured at late time points. ***P<0.001, ANOVA. Data are means ± SEM (n = 4 humans, 15 rats). (D) Differences in recovery of skilled locomotion between Humans and Rats.