Optical imaging of disrupted functional connectivity following ischemic stroke in mice

@article{Bauer2014OpticalIO,
  title={Optical imaging of disrupted functional connectivity following ischemic stroke in mice},
  author={Adam Q. Bauer and Andrew W. Kraft and Patrick W. Wright and Abraham Z. Snyder and Jin-Moo Lee and Joseph P. Culver},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2014},
  volume={99},
  pages={388-401}
}
Recent human neuroimaging studies indicate that spontaneous fluctuations in neural activity, as measured by functional connectivity magnetic resonance imaging (fcMRI), are significantly affected following stroke. Disrupted functional connectivity is associated with behavioral deficits and has been linked to long-term recovery potential. FcMRI studies of stroke in rats have generally produced similar findings, although subacute cortical reorganization following focal ischemia appears to be more… CONTINUE READING
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