Modulating regional motor cortical excitability with non-invasive brain stimulation results in neurochemical changes in bilateral motor cortices.

Modulating regional motor cortical excitability with non-invasive brain stimulation results in neurochemical changes in bilateral motor cortices.
Related ArticlesModulating regional motor cortical excitability with non-invasive brain stimulation results in neurochemical changes in bilateral motor cortices. J Neurosci. 2018 Jul 20;: Authors: Bachtiar V, Johnstone A, Berrington A, Lemke C, Johansen-Berg H, Emir U, Stagg C Abstract Learning a novel motor skill is dependent both on regional changes within the primary motor cortex (M1) contralateral to the active hand, and also on modulation between and within anatomically-distant but functionally-connected brain regions. Inter-regional changes are particularly important in functional recovery after stroke, where critical plastic changes underpinning behavioural improvements are observed in both ipsilesional and contralesional M1s. It ... read more
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