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Fig. 2

From: Intrinsic functional architecture of the non-human primate spinal cord derived from fMRI and electrophysiology

Fig. 2

Stimulus-driven LFP and spike activity responses in one representative monkey, SM-Ara. a, d Normalized averaged (n = 3 runs) LFP power changes computed from Welch’s power spectra, and (g, j) normalized spike rate (n = 3 runs) changes between 30 s stimulus-on and -off in all four electrodes under right-D3 and left-D3 innocuous 8-Hz tactile stimulus conditions, respectively. Shaded error bars represent standard error of mean. b, e LFP time series from the channel that presents the greatest power change and its respective (c, f) Welch’s power spectra. Dark yellow shaded regions and plots represent stimulus-on periods. h, k Spike rate histograms at the channels corresponding to the largest changes and their corresponding (i, l) raster plots (top row) and peri-event histograms (bottom row). Spike activity was processed for only two of the four monkeys (SM-Ara and SM-Bus)

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