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Interhemispheric correlations of slow spontaneous neuronal fluctuations revealed in human sensory cortex
Animal studies have shown robust electrophysiological activity in the sensory cortex in the absence of stimuli or tasks. Similarly, recent human functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) revealedExpand
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Relationship between intrinsic connections and functional architecture revealed by optical imaging and in vivo targeted biocytin injections in primate striate cortex.
In primate primary visual cortex, neurons sharing similar response properties are clustered together forming functional domains that appear as a mosaic of patches or bands, often traversing theExpand
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Contrast sensitivity in human visual areas and its relationship to object recognition.
An important characteristic of visual perception is the fact that object recognition is largely immune to changes in viewing conditions. This invariance is obtained within a sequence of ventralExpand
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Cortical hierarchy reflected in the organization of intrinsic connections in macaque monkey visual cortex
Neuronal response properties vary markedly at increasing levels of the cortical hierarchy. At present it is unclear how these variations are reflected in the organization of the intrinsic corticalExpand
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Quaternary ligand binding to aromatic residues in the active-site gorge of acetylcholinesterase.
Binding sites of Torpedo acetylcholinesterase (EC for quaternary ligands were investigated by x-ray crystallography and photoaffinity labeling. Crystal structures of complexes with ligandsExpand
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When the Brain Loses Its Self: Prefrontal Inactivation during Sensorimotor Processing
A common theme in theories of subjective awareness poses a self-related "observer" function, or a homunculus, as a critical element without which awareness can not emerge. Here, we examined thisExpand
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Neural “Ignition”: Enhanced Activation Linked to Perceptual Awareness in Human Ventral Stream Visual Cortex
Human recognition performance is characterized by abrupt changes in perceptual states. Understanding the neuronal dynamics underlying such transitions could provide important insights into mechanismsExpand
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Large-Scale Mirror-Symmetry Organization of Human Occipito-Temporal Object Areas
We have combined functional maps of retinotopy (eccentricity and meridian mapping), object category, and motion in a group of subjects to explore the large-scale topography of higher-order objectExpand
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A hierarchical axis of object processing stages in the human visual cortex.
How are objects represented in the human visual cortex? Two conflicting theories suggest either a holistic representation, in which objects are represented by a collection of object templates, or aExpand
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Internally Generated Reactivation of Single Neurons in Human Hippocampus During Free Recall
The emergence of memory, a trace of things past, into human consciousness is one of the greatest mysteries of the human mind. Whereas the neuronal basis of recognition memory can be probedExpand
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