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Optimal or antagonistic? muscle force solutions in the lower limb

Stansfield, B.W. and Nicol, A.C. and Paul, J.P. and Graichen, F. and Bergmann, G. (2005) Optimal or antagonistic? muscle force solutions in the lower limb. In: American Society of Biomechanics 2005 Annual Meeting, 2005-07-31 - 2005-08-05.

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Abstract

Provides evidence of the appropriateness of different muscle force distribution protocols in a musculoskeletal model of the lower limb.