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Movement-related coupling of human subthalamic nucleus spikes to cortical gamma

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Cortico-basal ganglia interactions continuously shape the way we move. Ideas about how this circuit works are based largely on models that consider only firing rate as the mechanism of information transfer. A distinct feature of neural activity accompanying movement, however, is increased motor cortical and basal ganglia gamma synchrony. To investigate the relationship between neuronal firing in the basal ganglia and cortical gamma activity during movement, we analysed human ECoG and subthala...

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10.7554/elife.51956

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University of Oxford
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MSD
Department:
Clinical Neurosciences
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0000-0001-5585-8977
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0000-0003-1499-6569
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0000-0002-6758-9708
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0000-0002-6074-4365
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0000-0002-4270-1468
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eLife Sciences Publications Publisher's website
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eLife Journal website
Volume:
9
Issue:
2020
Article number:
e51956
Place of publication:
England
Publication date:
2020-03-11
Acceptance date:
2020-03-11
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EISSN:
2050-084X
Pmid:
32159515
Language:
English
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Pubs id:
1093587
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pubs:1093587
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2020-03-31

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