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Residual Effects of Large Vessels in GE BOLD Differential Mapping of Ocular Dominance Columns

@inproceedings{Yacoub2005ResidualEO,
  title={Residual Effects of Large Vessels in GE BOLD Differential Mapping of Ocular Dominance Columns},
  author={E. Yacoub and K. Uğurbil and A. Shmuel},
  year={2005}
}
Introduction: The mapping of high resolution functional structures, such as ocular dominance columns relies on the ability and the expectation that the technique being used minimizes the contamination of non-specific large vessel signals. Animal studies have used nonconventional functional imaging methods, such as the ‘initial dip’ (1), cerebral blood flow (2), and contrast agents (3) to address this issue. Signal to noise limitations, even at high magnetic fields; make it difficult to apply… Expand
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