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Cortical and Superficial Responses to Motor Activation Retrieved by Time-Domain Optical Brain Imaging

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Two multimodality group studies in healthy subjects included simultaneous recording of time-resolved diffuse reflectance, broadband magnetoencephalography and peripheral physiological signals. The cerebral and systemic responses to stimulation were investigated by combined analysis of all signals.

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