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Rat brains also have a default mode network
The default mode network (DMN) in humans has been suggested to support a variety of cognitive functions and has been implicated in an array of neuropsychological disorders. However, its function(s)Expand
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Synchronized delta oscillations correlate with the resting-state functional MRI signal
  • H. Lu, Yantao Zuo, +6 authors E. Stein
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 13 November 2007
Synchronized low-frequency spontaneous fluctuations of the functional MRI (fMRI) signal have recently been applied to investigate large-scale neuronal networks of the brain in the absence of specificExpand
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The Influence of Carbon Dioxide on Brain Activity and Metabolism in Conscious Humans
  • F. Xu, J. Uh, +5 authors H. Lu
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism…
  • 1 January 2011
A better understanding of carbon dioxide (CO2) effect on brain activity may have a profound impact on clinical studies using CO2 manipulation to assess cerebrovascular reserve and on the use ofExpand
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Association of nicotine addiction and nicotine's actions with separate cingulate cortex functional circuits.
CONTEXT Understanding the mechanisms underlying nicotine addiction to develop more effective treatment is a public health priority. Research consistently shows that nicotine transiently improvesExpand
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Resting-State Glutamate and GABA Concentrations Predict Task-Induced Deactivation in the Default Mode Network
Deactivation of the human brain's default mode network (DMN) is regarded as suppression of endogenous activity to support exogenous task-related processes. This phenomenon has important functionalExpand
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Large-scale brain network coupling predicts acute nicotine abstinence effects on craving and cognitive function.
IMPORTANCE Interactions of large-scale brain networks may underlie cognitive dysfunctions in psychiatric and addictive disorders. OBJECTIVES To test the hypothesis that the strength of couplingExpand
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Intrinsic resting‐state activity predicts working memory brain activation and behavioral performance
Although resting‐state brain activity has been demonstrated to correspond with task‐evoked brain activation, the relationship between intrinsic and evoked brain activity has not been fullyExpand
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Anatomical differences and network characteristics underlying smoking cue reactivity
A distributed network of brain regions is linked to drug-related cue responding. Expand
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Simultaneous MRI acquisition of blood volume, blood flow, and blood oxygenation information during brain activation
A new MRI technique is presented that is able to achieve concurrent acquisition of three hemodynamic images based primarily on the changes of cerebral blood volume, blood flow, and blood oxygenation, respectively, associated with brain activation. Expand
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Large-Scale Brain Networks in the Awake, Truly Resting Marmoset Monkey
Resting-state functional MRI is a powerful tool that is increasingly used as a noninvasive method for investigating whole-brain circuitry and holds great potential as a possible diagnostic forExpand
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