Neuromagnetic studies of the lip area of primary somatosensory cortex in humans: evidence for an oscillotopic organization

@article{Mogilner1994NeuromagneticSO,
  title={Neuromagnetic studies of the lip area of primary somatosensory cortex in humans: evidence for an oscillotopic organization},
  author={Alex Mogilner and Masahiko Nomura and Urs Ribary and R. Jagow and Fred Lado and Henry Rusinek and Rodolfo Llin{\'a}s},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1994},
  volume={99},
  pages={137-147}
}
Magnetic trigeminal somatosensory responses from human subjects were recorded using a 14-channel magnetoencephalographic system. Sensory stimuli comprising a 15-ms vibration at frequencies of 50 Hz, 150 Hz and 250 Hz were given at randomized interstimulus intervals. Using a single dipole model, the neuronal sources of the evoked responses were determined, and mapped onto magnetic resonance images of each subject. Source localization analysis was based on the main peak of the averaged signal… CONTINUE READING
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