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With more than 30 muscles in your arm, controlling movement -- whether it's grasping a glass or throwing a baseball -- is a complex task that potentially takes into account thousands of variables.
Researchers at Northwestern University in Chicago say it may be possible to control a limb by stimulating groups of muscles rather than individual muscles. Matthew Tresch and colleagues from the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago said with more than 30 muscles in an arm, controlling movement -- whether
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