Targeted cortical reorganization using optogenetics in non-human primates

@inproceedings{YazdanShahmorad2018TargetedCR,
  title={Targeted cortical reorganization using optogenetics in non-human primates},
  author={Azadeh Yazdan-Shahmorad and Daniel B. Silversmith and Viktor Kharazia and Philip N. Sabes},
  booktitle={eLife},
  year={2018}
}
Brain stimulation modulates the excitability of neural circuits and drives neuroplasticity. While the local effects of stimulation have been an active area of investigation, the effects on large-scale networks remain largely unexplored. We studied stimulation-induced changes in network dynamics in two macaques. A large-scale optogenetic interface enabled simultaneous stimulation of excitatory neurons and electrocorticographic recording across primary somatosensory (S1) and motor (M1) cortex… CONTINUE READING
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