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Skilled movements rely on a coordinated cortical and subcortical network, but how this network supports motor recovery after stroke is unknown. Previous studies focused on the perilesional cortex (PLC), but precisely how connected subcortical areas reorganize and coordinate with PLC is unclear. The dorsolateral striatum (DLS) is of interest because it receives monosynaptic inputs from motor cortex and is important for learning and generation of fast reliable actions. Using a rat focal strokedoi:10.1016/j.celrep.2021.109370 pmid:34260929 pmcid:PMC8357409 fatcat:6fuacpgyrvhcpb36huoilcpelu