Sabata Gervasio
Sabata Gervasio
Associate Professor, Aalborg University
Verified email at hst.aau.dk
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Crossed reflex reversal during human locomotion
S Gervasio, D Farina, T Sinkjær, N Mrachacz-Kersting
Journal of neurophysiology 109 (9), 2335-2344, 2013
302013
Sensory feedback in interlimb coordination: contralateral afferent contribution to the short-latency crossed response during human walking
S Gervasio, M Voigt, UG Kersting, D Farina, T Sinkjær, ...
PloS one 12 (1), e0168557, 2017
112017
Technologically-advanced assessment of upper-limb spasticity: a pilot study
F Posteraro, S Crea, S Mazzoleni, M Berteanu, I Ciobanu, N Vitiello, ...
European journal of physical and rehabilitation medicine 54 (4), 536-544, 2018
102018
The effect of crossed reflex responses on dynamic stability during locomotion
S Gervasio, UG Kersting, D Farina, N Mrachacz-Kersting
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (2), 1034-1040, 2015
82015
Evidence for a supraspinal contribution to the human crossed reflex response during human walking
N Mrachacz-Kersting, S Gervasio, V Marchand-Pauvert
Frontiers in human neuroscience 12, 260, 2018
62018
Motor adaptation following split-belt treadmill walking
PW Stubbs, S Gervasio
Journal of neurophysiology 108 (5), 1225-1227, 2012
62012
Delayed muscle onset soreness in the gastrocnemius muscle attenuates the spinal contribution to interlimb communication
S Gervasio, S Finocchietti, AJT Stevenson, N Mrachacz-Kersting
European journal of applied physiology 118 (11), 2393-2402, 2018
42018
Motor control and emerging therapies for improving mobility in patients with spasticity
S Gervasio, C Macleod, EB Esteban-Herreros, L Meng, MC Tejada
Emerging Therapies in Neurorehabilitation, 147-169, 2014
42014
Cortical contribution to crossed reflexes in walking humans
N Mrachacz-Kersting, S Gervasio, D Farina, T Sinkjær
Replace, Repair, Restore, Relieve–Bridging Clinical and Engineering …, 2014
42014
A novel stimulation paradigm to limit the habituation of the nociceptive withdrawal reflex
S Gervasio, CB Laursen, OK Andersen, K Hennings, EG Spaich
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 26 (5 …, 2018
32018
Interlimb communication during human walking: Crossed responses in the gastrocnemius muscle
S Gervasio
Aalborg Kommune, Denmark: River Publishers.[Google Scholar], 2014
22014
Contralateral afferent contribution to crossed responses during human locomotion
S Gervasio, M Voigt, UG Kersting, N Mrachacz-Kersting
Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Neuroscience 2013, 9-13 …, 2013
22013
The two-point discrimination threshold depends both on the stimulation noxiousness and modality
KS Frahm, S Gervasio
Experimental Brain Research 239 (5), 1439-1449, 2021
12021
Novel electrical stimulation paradigm to reduce habituation of the nociceptive withdrawal reflex: preliminary results
CB Laursen, S Gervasio, OK Andersen, K Hennings, EG Spaich
Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, No. 268.01/BB74, 2015
12015
Lower spinal interlimb communication: evidence for functional significance
S Gervasio, N Mrachacz-Kersting
Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Neuroscience 2011, 12-16 …, 2011
12011
Topical capsaicin modulates the 2-point discrimination threshold–modulation depends on stimulation modality and intensity
KS Frahm, S Gervasio, L Arendt-Nielsen, OK Andersen
2021
Stimulation modality and noxiousness affects the 2-point discrimination threshold
KS Frahm, S Gervasio
2021
New Insights into Cutaneous Laser Stimulation–Dependency on Skin and Laser Type
KS Frahm, S Gervasio, F Arguissain, A Mouraux
Neuroscience 448, 71-84, 2020
2020
The influence of skin type and laser wavelength on laser-evoked brain responses: Preliminary results
F Arguissain, S Gervasio, KS Frahm, A Mouraux
2019
Nociceptor activation during cutaneous laser stimulation depends more on skin type and laser wavelength than innervation–insights from a combined experimental and mathematical …
KS Frahm, S Gervasio, F Arguissain, A Mouraux
2019
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