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Figure 2: Transcranial electrical stimulation and hind-limb motor-evoked potentials following spinal cord injury. (a and b) Representative electromyography responses in control (Dulbecco's modified Eagle's medium; (a) And treated rats (fibroblast growth factor + olfactory ensheathing cell [9]); (b) At 8th-week posttransplant/spinal cord injury. The violet bars indicate the time of stimulation. Control rats indicated no clear amplitude (a), whereas the treated rats showed electromyography response (arrow, b). (c) Mean electromyography amplitude in treated and control groups. One-way ANOVA and post hoc Tukey test, P < 0.05

Figure 2: Transcranial electrical stimulation and hind-limb motor-evoked potentials following spinal cord injury. (a and b) Representative electromyography responses in control (Dulbecco's modified Eagle's medium; (a) And treated rats (fibroblast growth factor + olfactory ensheathing cell [9]); (b) At 8<sup>th</sup>-week posttransplant/spinal cord injury. The violet bars indicate the time of stimulation. Control rats indicated no clear amplitude (a), whereas the treated rats showed electromyography response (arrow, b). (c) Mean electromyography amplitude in treated and control groups. One-way ANOVA and <i>post hoc</i> Tukey test, <i>P</i> < 0.05