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  1. Real time adenosine fluctuations detected with fast-scan cyclic voltammetry in the rat striatum and motor cortex

    Journal of Neuroscience Methods 256:56 (2015)

    • Spontaneous adenosine events can vary by brain region. • Adenosine signaling can operate on a much faster time scale (seconds vs minutes). ...
  2. Online visualization of brain connectivity

    Journal of Neuroscience Methods 256:106 (2015)

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  3. Multi-subject fMRI analysis via combined independent component analysis and shift-invariant canonical polyadic decomposition

    Journal of Neuroscience Methods 256:127 (2015)

    • A combined ICA and CPD approach is proposed for analysis of multi-subject fMRI data. • Inter-subject spatial and temporal variability is dealt with simultaneousl...
  4. Visualization of the electric field evoked by transcranial electric stimulation during a craniotomy using the finite element method

    Journal of Neuroscience Methods 256:157 (2015)

  5. Functional neuronal anisotropy assessed with neuronavigated transcranial magnetic stimulation

    Journal of Neuroscience Methods 256:82 (2015)

    • A measure to study the motor cortex structure and function was developed. • Results imply that the measure detects functional and structural features. ...
  6. Mechanically evoked cortical potentials: A physiological approach to assessment of anorectal sensory pathways

    Journal of Neuroscience Methods 256:198 (2015)

    • Anal and/or rectal hypo- and hypersensitivity are common in many defaecatory disorders. • Presentation of a novel method to evoke light touch anorectal cortical ...
  7. So you think you can jump? A novel long jump assessment to detect deficits in stroked mice

    Journal of Neuroscience Methods 256:212 (2015)

    • The ‘long jump test’ can assess potential psychosomatic deficits produced by stroke. • Male and female mice differ in latency to jump, but not in jump success ra...
  8. A novel mouse model of thromboembolic stroke

    Journal of Neuroscience Methods 256:203 (2015)

    • We developed a new mouse model of thromboembolic stroke. • Stroke induction does not require craniotomy. • ...
  9. Unsupervised learning based feature extraction for differential diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases: A case study on early-stage diagnosis of Parkinson disease

    Journal of Neuroscience Methods 256:30 (2015)

  10. Informed decomposition of electroencephalographic data

    Journal of Neuroscience Methods 256:41 (2015)

    • BSS techniques have become the standard for decomposing EEG data but are not optimal when additional information is known about the problem. • We propose Informe...