Stephanie E. Greene
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Brief anesthesia, but not voluntary locomotion, significantly alters cortical temperature.
- Michael J Shirey, J. Smith, D. Kudlik, Bingxing Huo, Stephanie E. Greene, P. Drew
- Medicine, Psychology
- Journal of neurophysiology
- 13 May 2015
Changes in brain temperature can alter electrical properties of neurons and cause changes in behavior. However, it is not well understood how behaviors, like locomotion, or experimental… Expand
Mechanical restriction of intracortical vessel dilation by brain tissue sculpts the hemodynamic response
Understanding the spatial dynamics of dilation in the cerebral vasculature is essential for deciphering the vascular basis of hemodynamic signals in the brain. We used two-photon microscopy to image… Expand
Venous cerebral blood volume increase during voluntary locomotion reflects cardiovascular changes
Understanding how changes in the cardiovascular system contribute to cerebral blood flow (CBF) and volume (CBV) increases is critical for interpreting hemodynamic signals. Here we investigated how… Expand