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The relationship between oscillatory EEG activity and the laminar-specific BOLD signal

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Jun 2, 2016

René ScheeringaDavid G Norris

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Electrophysiological recordings in animals have indicated that visual cortex γ-band oscillatory activity is predominantly observed in superficial cortical layers, whereas α- and β-band activity is stronger in deep layers. These rhythms, as well as the different cortical layers, have als...read more

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The relationship between oscillatory EEG activity and the laminar-specific BOLD signal

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Jun 2, 2016

René ScheeringaDavid G Norris

PMID: 27247416

DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1522577113

Abstract

Electrophysiological recordings in animals have indicated that visual cortex γ-band oscillatory activity is predominantly observed in superficial cortical layers, whereas α- and β-band activity is stronger in deep layers. These rhythms, as well as the different cortical layers, have als...read more

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Peptide Nucleic Acids
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Cortex Bone Disorders
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