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Figure 1: Comparison of tissue oxygen–signal amplitudes.
Figure 2: Scatter plot of single-unit spiking activity (SUA) in response to low (2.5 Hz) and high (38 Hz) temporal-frequency stimuli at 45% contrast.

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Viswanathan, A., Freeman, R. Reply to “BOLD and spiking activity”. Nat Neurosci 11, 524 (2008) doi:10.1038/nn0508-524

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