Electrode placement over the innervation zone affects the low-, not the high-frequency portion of the EMG frequency spectrum

Travis W. Beck, Terry J. Housh, Joel T. Cramer, Jeffrey R. Stout, Eric D. Ryan, Trent J. Herda, Pablo B. Costa, Jason M. Defreitas

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