Preictal short-term plasticity induced by intracerebral 1 Hz stimulation

@article{David2008PreictalSP,
  title={Preictal short-term plasticity induced by intracerebral 1 Hz stimulation},
  author={O. David and Agata Wozniak-Kwasniewska and L. Minotti and P. Kahane},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2008},
  volume={39},
  pages={1633-1646}
}
Short-term changes of intrinsic properties of neural networks play a critical role in brain dynamics. In that context, epilepsy is a typical pathology where the fast transition between interictal and ictal states is probably associated to intrinsic modifications of underlying networks. In this study, we focused on the correlates of plastic neural mechanisms in the intracerebral electroencephalogram (iEEG). Data were obtained during 1 Hz electrical stimulation in twenty patients suffering from… Expand
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