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Single-trial fluctuations in the EEG signal have been shown to temporally correlate with the fMRI BOLD response and are valuable for modeling trial-to-trial fluctuations in responses. The P1 and N1 components of the visual ERP are sensitive to different attentional modulations, suggesting that different aspects of stimulus processing can be modeled with(More)
3',4'-Di-O-benzyl-3-O-methylquercetin (2), the precursor in the synthesis of an important antivirally active flavone 3-O-methylquercetin (1), was regioselectively alkylated at the 7-OH position by a series of 1,omega-dihaloalkanes and omega-bromoalkanols. Dimerization of the flavone had to be avoided by applying strict reaction conditions. Subsequent(More)
The simultaneous acquisition of electroencephalographic (EEG) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data has gained momentum in recent years due to the synergistic effects of the two modalities with regard to temporal and spatial resolution. Currently, only EEG-data recorded in fields of up to 7 T have been reported. We investigated the(More)
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