Scaling of movement is related to pallidal γ oscillations in patients with dystonia.

@article{Brcke2012ScalingOM,
  title={Scaling of movement is related to pallidal γ oscillations in patients with dystonia.},
  author={Christof Br{\"u}cke and Julius Huebl and Thomas Sch{\"o}necker and Wolf-Julian Neumann and Kielan Yarrow and Andreas Kupsch and Christian Blahak and G{\"o}tz L{\"u}tjens and Peter Brown and Joachim K. Krauss and Gerd-Helge Schneider and Andrea A. K{\"u}hn},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={1008-19}
}
Neuronal synchronization in the gamma (γ) band is considered important for information processing through functional integration of neuronal assemblies across different brain areas. Movement-related γ synchronization occurs in the human basal ganglia where it is centered at ~70 Hz and more pronounced contralateral to the moved hand. However, its functional significance in motor performance is not yet well understood. Here, we assessed whether event-related γ synchronization (ERS) recorded from… CONTINUE READING
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