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MEG versus EEG localization test using implanted sources in the human brain
It is believed that the magnetoencephalogram (MEG) localizes an electrical source in the brain to within several millimeters and is therefore more accurate than electroencephalogram (EEG)Expand
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Contribution of human melanopsin retinal ganglion cells to steady-state pupil responses
The recent discovery of melanopsin-containing retinal ganglion cells (mRGCs) has led to a fundamental reassessment of non-image forming processing, such as circadian photoentrainment and theExpand
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Tests of EEG localization accuracy using implanted sources in the human brain
The accuracy with which electrical sources in the brain can be localized by using electroencephalograms measured on the scalp is not well known. In this study, tests of localization accuracy wereExpand
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Developing a more focal magnetic stimulator. Part II: Fabricating coils and measuring induced current distributions.
  • K. Yunokuchi, D. Cohen
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Journal of clinical neurophysiology : official…
  • 1991
First, our program for fabricating stimulator coils that are focal is reviewed. These are in the figure-eight shape, where the goal is to make them successively more focal, hence of successivelyExpand
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Difference in the representation of cardinal and oblique contours in cat visual cortex
Optical imaging based on intrinsic signals was used to analyze the structure of orientation column in area 18 of cat visual cortex. Recordings were obtained in 12 adult cats during presentation ofExpand
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3-D analysis of magnetic stimulation to human cranium
Magnetic stimulation is a useful tool for the nerve stimulation because of its non-invasive and painless characters. It is, however, difficult localize a stimulating point because the induced currentExpand
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Evaluation of Motor Control Using Haptic Device
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the motor control, perception of heaviness and distance in normal and fatigue conditions using psychophysical experiment. Expand
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Glutamate-induced increases in intracellular Ca2+ in cultured rat neocortical neurons
In neurons, changes in intracellular Ca2+ concentration ([Ca2+]i) trigger neurotransmitter release, regulate membrane excitability, affect gene expression, and govern short- and long-term forms ofExpand
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Representation of cardinal contour overlaps less with representation of nearby angles in cat visual cortex.
A method investigating both amplitude and statistical significance of changes was proposed to evaluate the orientation tuning properties for cell populations in the central area retinotopically corresponding to 0-15 degrees of visual field in area 17 from 12 adult cats during the presentation of contours in various orientations. Expand
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