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Even when we are at rest, our spinal cords show spontaneous, yet well organised, fluctuations of activity that might reflect sensory and motor networks.

Original publication

DOI

10.7554/eLife.03811

Type

Journal article

Journal

Elife

Publication Date

05/08/2014

Volume

3

Keywords

7 Tesla, fMRI, functional connectivity, resting state, spinal cord, Female, Humans, Male, Rest, Spinal Cord