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Integration of sensory and motor representations of single fingers in the human cerebellum

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  title={Integration of sensory and motor representations of single fingers in the human cerebellum},
  author={L. Buckner and Fenna M. Krienen and Angela Pe{\~n}a Castellanos and Julio C. D{\'i}az and B T Thomas Yeo},
  year={2011}
}
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