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Modelling multiregional brain activity

The dynamics of multiregional brain networks in response to temporally varying patterns of ongoing direct electrical stimulation can be predicted by modelling, with variabilities in prediction accuracy explained by at-rest functional connectivity.

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Fig. 1: Predicting network responses to DES by using a dynamic input–output model.

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Chapeton, J.I., Zaghloul, K.A. Modelling multiregional brain activity. Nat Biomed Eng 5, 293–294 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41551-021-00715-y

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