Connectivity measures are robust biomarkers of cortical function and plasticity after stroke.

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Valid biomarkers of motor system function after stroke could improve clinical decision-making. Electroencephalography-based measures are safe, inexpensive, and accessible in complex medical settings and so are attractive candidates. This study examined specific electroencephalography cortical connectivity measures as biomarkers by assessing their… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/brain/awv156

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@article{Wu2015ConnectivityMA, title={Connectivity measures are robust biomarkers of cortical function and plasticity after stroke.}, author={Jennifer Wu and Erin Burke Quinlan and Lucy Dodakian and Alison McKenzie and Nikhita Kathuria and Robert J. Zhou and Renee Augsburger and Jill See and Vu Ngoc Han Le and R Sathish Srinivasan and Steven C. Cramer}, journal={Brain : a journal of neurology}, year={2015}, volume={138 Pt 8}, pages={2359-69} }