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ejp186-sup-0001-metS1.doc39K Methods S1. Search strategy.
ejp186-sup-0002-metS2.doc35K Methods S2. Flow diagram of included studies.
ejp186-sup-0003-resS1.doc116K Result S1. Detailed description of results.
ejp186-sup-0004-tblS1.doc183K Table S1. Effects of experimentally induced pain on spinal reflexes.
ejp186-sup-0005-tblS2.doc55K Table S2. Effects of experimentally induced pain on muscle activity at rest.
ejp186-sup-0006-tblS3.doc208K Table S3. Effects of experimentally induced pain on muscle activity and performance during isometric contractions.
ejp186-sup-0007-tblS4.doc107K Table S4. Effects of experimentally induced pain on muscle activity during dynamic contractions.
ejp186-sup-0008-tblS5.doc58K Table S5. Effects of experimentally induced pain on muscle activity and movement characteristics during low load repetitive work.
ejp186-sup-0009-tblS6.doc110K Table S6. Effects of experimentally induced pain on movement characteristics during dynamic contractions.
ejp186-sup-0010-tblS7.doc68K Table S7. Effects of experimentally induced pain on measures of proprioception.
ejp186-sup-0011-tblS8.doc127K Table S8. Effects of experimentally induced pain on cortical correlates of motor function.

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