Resting state functional connectivity in the human spinal cord

@inproceedings{Barry2014RestingSF,
  title={Resting state functional connectivity in the human spinal cord},
  author={Robert L. Barry and Seth A. Smith and Adrienne N. Dula and John C. Gore},
  booktitle={eLife},
  year={2014}
}
Functional magnetic resonance imaging using blood oxygenation level dependent (BOLD) contrast is well established as one of the most powerful methods for mapping human brain function. Numerous studies have measured how low-frequency BOLD signal fluctuations from the brain are correlated between voxels in a resting state, and have exploited these signals to infer functional connectivity within specific neural circuits. However, to date there have been no previous substantiated reports of resting… CONTINUE READING

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