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Subsequently, we determined whether a segment had made contact with the target during the trial. The percentage of trials in each condition where this happened was calculated for each segment. For the distal segments (fingertips) we also calculated at what moment in time the target was touched. The trial was divided into 20 intervals with a length of 5% of the reaction time. In each interval we determined whether a finger made contact with the target.

To classify the movements, four different strategies were defined: shuffle, grasp, manipulate and thumb. The set of criteria variables that was used to classify the movements is shown in Table 2 : the median speed of the thumb and ring finger with respect to the hand, the volume of the convex hull the thumb positions enveloped and the number of turning points (from the angular velocity) of the ring finger.

All variables were normalised by dividing by the mean value over all conditions for each participant separately. The normalised variable set for each trial was matched to the pattern of high and low values for each strategy, as described in Table 2 . The pattern of a strategy was represented as 0.7 for low values and 1.3 for high values (30% below and above the mean). For example, the pattern of the thumb strategy would be [1.3, 0.7, 1.3, 0.7]. For each strategy, the pattern was subtracted from the calculated values of the trial that was analysed. The sum of squares was calculated for these differences and the strategy with the smallest sum of squares was chosen for that trial. In this way, each trial was assigned one strategy. The automatic classification was not always similar to human observation (see also the Supplementary Information ), but a human observer is also subjective and should not be seen as the standard.

The statistics are described in the Results section. In all analyses, an α -value of 0.05 was used. If Mauchley's test of sphericity was violated, a Greenhouse-Geisser correction was applied. Post-hoc tests were performed using paired t -tests. A Bonferroni correction was applied to relevant comparisons that were chosen in advance. Effect sizes are given as partial eta squared ().

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My daughter cut her thumb pretty good with a kitchen knife on a downward angle. She needed 9 stiches. Had them taken out 7 days later and everything looked good. Will be 2 weeks since removed but she says it's still very painful and tender. Everything is healing fine. Is this normal to still have...

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Hi just wondering if anyone has this or knows what it could be. I keep getting a sharp extremely bad pain in my left little finger, took some painkillers but not working. I didn't bang or bend it, it just started a few days ago but seems to be getting more frequent and sore

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Hi! Wonder why my thumb is still in pain. Y doctor wants me wear this splint for 2 weeks. Right now I am one one week of wearing this. Still no improvement. I cannot get cortisone shot because of side effect that I have diabetes. Should I wait for full two weeks or find different doctor for 2nd opinion?...

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MY right ulnar to thumb started first a week ago,just spasming out.Then stop for two days and starts itching on the arm in that spasm spot.Now both arms are twitching spasming on and off.Went to a free doctor bit he said there was nothing he can do ...just work it out.Cant afford a real doctor who would...

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Had ulnar nerve transposition 12-2017. All went well. Maybe be unrelated, but now get a shock in my middle finger on right side. It’s when I wash my hands and rub my hands together or go down a bannister. Clearly, I’m conducting static. Maybe my orthothic in my shoes cause this? Or scar tissue in my...

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Hi! I was diagnosed to this from my hand specialist. I was in lot of pain at base of thumb and swollen tendons. Dr gave me hand/thumb splint. I had to wear this splint all day/night except for showering. I forgot to tell my doctor about my work that I used computer all the time. Is it okay to use...

Some legal scholars regard patents as a 'natural' property right that an inventor holds over his invention—comparable to the copyright on literature, music or artwork. More often, patents are seen as a means of promoting research activity by granting the inventor a restricted monopoly in exchange for the complete disclosure of his invention. A patent thus gives the patent owner only the right to exclude others from commercially using—producing, selling or licensing—the patented subject. In many cases additional provisions, such as the approval of pharmaceuticals, have to be fulfilled before the invention can be used commercially. The exclusive right conferred by a patent is restricted in time and is valid only in those countries where the patent was granted. After the expiry of the patent, which is usually 20 years from the date of filing, the invention becomes a public resource, free for everyone to use. Patents therefore provide an incentive for research and development by conferring a limited monopoly on the patent owner. For the pharmaceutical industry this aspect is particularly important, because the investment needed to develop a new medicine is estimated at about €895 million over an average period of 12–13 years ( European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations, 2003 ). A patent puts its proprietor in a better position to recoup these costs. Patents also represent a highly valuable source of information because they must be published—in Europe, 18 months after filing—and everything needed for the invention has to be made available, including sequence information, cell lines and bacterial strains ( Cook-Deegan McCormack, 2001 ).

Patent laws have been constantly refined and adapted to new technologies and developments, but critics claim that the current regulations are not adequate for biological matter, namely genes, polypeptides and living organisms. Aside from ethical objections, they argue that biological matter per se cannot be patented because it has always existed in nature and thus does not constitute an invention, but rather a mere discovery. More practically, many biologists, both in academia and industry, fear that broad patents on genes and proteins could prevent further research by other parties, which could have negative consequences for biomedical research and health care.

...many biologists, both in academia and industry, fear that broad patents on genes and proteins could prevent further research by other parties, which could have negative consequences for biomedical research and health care

In fact, granting a patent does not stop further research. Most national patent laws allow non-commercial research on a patented subject and do not consider this an infringement. Such research exemptions have been instigated to allow the improvement of existing patented technology. The extent of these exemptions can differ from country to country; it is up to national courts to decide what constitutes a patent infringement and what falls under a research exemption.

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