Imaging rapid redistribution of sensory-evoked depolarization through existing cortical pathways after targeted stroke in mice.


Evidence suggests that recovery from stroke damage results from the production of new synaptic pathways within surviving brain regions over weeks. To address whether brain function might redistribute more rapidly through preexisting pathways, we examined patterns of sensory-evoked depolarization in mouse somatosensory cortex within hours after targeted… (More)
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0812695106


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