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Evidence for facial nerve-independent mechanisms of blinking in the rat.
Rodent facial nerve recovery after selected lesions and repair techniques.
Functional assessments of the rodent facial nerve: a synkinesis model.
A system for studying facial nerve function in rats through simultaneous bilateral monitoring of eyelid and whisker movements.
Detection and perceptual impact of side-to-side facial movement asymmetry.
Infrared-based blink-detecting glasses for facial pacing: toward a bionic blink.
Electrical Stimulation of Eye Blink in Individuals with Acute Facial Palsy: Progress toward a Bionic Blink.