Birgit Lauterbach-Soon

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The corpus callosum (CC) is the principal white matter fiber bundle connecting neocortical areas of the two hemispheres. Although an object of extensive research, important details about the anatomical and functional organization of the human CC are still largely unknown. Here we focused on the callosal motor fibers (CMFs) that connect the primary motor(More)
In relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) the corpus callosum (CC) is often and early affected by macroscopic lesions when investigated by conventional MRI. We sought to determine to which extent microstructural and effective disconnection of the CC are already present in RRMS patients at the earliest stages of the disease prior to evidence of(More)
Default in-phase coupling of hand movements needs to be suppressed when temporal coordination is required for out-of-phase bimanual movements. There is lack of knowledge on how the brain overrides these default in-phase movements to enable a required interval of activity between hands. We used a visually cued bimanual temporal coordination (vc-BTC) paradigm(More)
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