Altered intrinsic neuronal interactions in the visual cortex of the blind.


In congenital blindness, the brain develops under severe sensory deprivation and undergoes remarkable plastic changes in both structure and function. Visually deprived occipital cortical regions are histologically and morphologically altered and exhibit a strikingly remodeled functional state: absolute levels of neural activity are heightened and are… (More)
DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1625-13.2013


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