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Activity of Descending Propriospinal Axons in the Turtle Hindlimb Enlargement during Two Forms of Fictive Scratching: Broad Tuning to Regions of the Body Surface, by Ari Berkowitz and Paul S. G. Stein


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Enclosure from letter from Ari Berkowitz to Sydney Brenner
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Citation

Berkowitz, Ari, “Activity of Descending Propriospinal Axons in the Turtle Hindlimb Enlargement during Two Forms of Fictive Scratching: Broad Tuning to Regions of the Body Surface, by Ari Berkowitz and Paul S. G. Stein,” CSHL Archives Repository, Reference SB/1/2/226/36, accessed May 26, 2022, https://libgallery.cshl.edu/items/show/72842.