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Cortical point-spread function and long-range lateral interactions revealed by real-time optical imaging of macaque monkey primary visual cortex
Processing of retinal images is carried out in the myriad dendritic arborizations of cortical neurons. Such processing involves complex dendritic integration of numerous inputs, and the subsequentExpand
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Cortical functional architecture and local coupling between neuronal activity and the microcirculation revealed by in vivo high-resolution optical imaging of intrinsic signals.
We have shown previously the existence of small, activity-dependent changes in intrinsic optical properties of cortex that are useful for optical imaging of cortical functional architecture. In thisExpand
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Functional architecture of cortex revealed by optical imaging of intrinsic signals
Optical imaging of cortical activity offers several advantages over conventional electrophysiological and anatomical techniques. One can map a relatively large region, obtain successive maps toExpand
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Optical imaging of neuronal activity.
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Functional organization of primate visual cortex revealed by high resolution optical imaging.
A high spatial resolution optical imaging system was developed to visualize cerebral cortical activity in vivo. This method is based on activity-dependent intrinsic signals and does not useExpand
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A mapping label required for normal scale of body representation in the cortex
The neocortical primary somatosensory area (S1) consists of a map of the body surface. The cortical area devoted to different regions, such as parts of the face or hands, reflects their functionalExpand
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Suprathreshold auditory cortex activation visualized by intrinsic signal optical imaging.
The suprathreshold tonotopic organization of rat and guinea pig auditory cortex was investigated using intrinsic signal optical imaging through a thinned skull. Optical imaging revealed thatExpand
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Characterization of functional organization within rat barrel cortex using intrinsic signal optical imaging through a thinned skull.
We used optical imaging of intrinsic signals to characterize the functional representations of mystacial vibrissae (whiskers) in rat somatosensory cortex. Stimulation of individual whiskers for 2 sExpand
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The Triphasic Intrinsic Signal: Implications for Functional Imaging
Intrinsic signal optical imaging with red illumination (ISOI) is used extensively to provide high spatial resolution maps of stimulus-evoked hemodynamic-related signals as an indirect means to mapExpand
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High-resolution optical imaging of functional brain architecture in the awake monkey.
Optical imaging of the functional architecture of cortex, based on intrinsic signals, is a useful tool for the study of the development, organization, and function of the living mammalian brain. ThisExpand
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