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Organization, development and function of complex brain networks
Sequence of information processing for emotions based on the anatomic dialogue between prefrontal cortex and amygdala
Enhanced visual spatial attention ipsilateral to rTMS-induced 'virtual lesions' of human parietal cortex
The ipsilateral enhancement of visual attention after repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of parietal cortex at parameters known to reduce cortical excitability underline the potential of focal brain dysfunction to produce behavioral improvement and give experimental support to models of interhemispheric competition in the distributed brain network for spatial attention.
Nonoptimal Component Placement, but Short Processing Paths, due to Long-Distance Projections in Neural Systems
It is found that optimized component rearrangements could substantially reduce total wiring length in all tested neural networks, suggesting that neural systems are not exclusively optimized for minimal global wiring, but for a variety of factors including the minimization of processing steps.
Intrinsic Coupling Modes: Multiscale Interactions in Ongoing Brain Activity
Anatomical connectivity defines the organization of clusters of cortical areas in the macaque monkey and the cat.
- C. Hilgetag, Gully A. Burns, M. O'Neill, J. Scannell, M. Young
- BiologyPhilosophical transactions of the Royal Society…
- 29 January 2000
Computational analyses capable of showing whether clusters of strongly interconnected areas are aspects of the global organization of cortical systems in macaque and cat show that structure and function are closely linked at this gross, systems level.
Reaction routes in biochemical reaction systems: Algebraic properties, validated calculation procedure and example from nucleotide metabolism
- S. Schuster, C. Hilgetag, J. H. Woods, D. Fell
- Computer ScienceJournal of mathematical biology
- 1 August 2002
It is formally proved that this algorithm will exclusively generate all the elementary flux modes of an arbitrary network containing reversible or irreversible reactions or both.
The challenge of mapping the human connectome based on diffusion tractography
The encouraging finding that most state-of-the-art algorithms produce tractograms containing 90% of the ground truth bundles (to at least some extent) is reported, however, the same tractograms contain many more invalid than valid bundles, and half of these invalid bundles occur systematically across research groups.
The connectional organization of the cortico-thalamic system of the cat.
- J. Scannell, Gully A. Burns, C. Hilgetag, M. A. O'Neil, M. Young
- Biology, PsychologyCerebral cortex
- 1 April 1999
An extensive collation of connection tracing studies revealed approximately 1500 extrinsic connections between the cortical areas and thalamic nuclei of the cat cerebral hemisphere, and the organization of the entire cortico-thalamic network was investigated.