High Gamma Oscillations of Sensorimotor Cortex During Unilateral Movement in the Developing Brain: a MEG Study

@article{Huo2010HighGO,
  title={High Gamma Oscillations of Sensorimotor Cortex During Unilateral Movement in the Developing Brain: a MEG Study},
  author={Xiaolin Huo and Yingying Wang and Rupesh Kotecha and Elijah G. Kirtman and Hisako Fujiwara and Nat Hemasilpin and Ton J. Degrauw and Douglas F. Rose and Jing Xiang},
  journal={Brain Topography},
  year={2010},
  volume={23},
  pages={375-384}
}
Recent studies in adults have found consistent contralateral high gamma activities in the sensorimotor cortex during unilateral finger movement. However, no study has reported on this same phenomenon in children. We hypothesized that contralateral high gamma activities also exist in children during unilateral finger movement. Sixty normal children (6–17 years old) were studied with a 275-channel MEG system combined with synthetic aperture magnetometry (SAM). Sixty participants displayed… CONTINUE READING
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