Transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS) improves detection of simple bright stimuli by amblyopic Long Evans rats in the SLAG task and produces an increase of parvoalbumin labelled cells in visual cortices.

Transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS) improves detection of simple bright stimuli by amblyopic Long Evans rats in the SLAG task and produces an increase of parvoalbumin labelled cells in visual cortices.
Related ArticlesTranscranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS) improves detection of simple bright stimuli by amblyopic Long Evans rats in the SLAG task and produces an increase of parvoalbumin labelled cells in visual cortices. Brain Res. 2018 Oct 01;: Authors: Castaño-Castaño S, Martinez-Navarrete G, Morales-Navas M, Fernadez-Jover E, Sanchez-Santed F, Nieto-Escámez F Abstract In this work visual functional improvement of amblyopic Long Evans rats treated with tDCS has been assessed using the "slow angled-descent forepaw grasping" (SLAG) test. This test is based on an innate response that does not requires any memory-learning component and has been used before for measuring visual function in ... read more
PubMed Abstract – tDCS and memory
Pre-Orer Presale - Only a few devices left!
Take advantage of discounted pre-order pricing for a limited time.
x