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Functional and clinical relevance of oscillatory activity within cortico-basal-ganglia circuits in Parkinson’s disease

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Over the past 20 years there have been significant advances in our understanding of how synchronised neural oscillations relate to cognitive and motor processes both in health and in neurological disease. Oscillations can be considered from the point of view of being the observations of the latent dynamical properties of interacting populations of neurones. With this in mind it becomes evident that their study may inform about underlying functional architectures and principles governing mo...

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University of Oxford
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MR/K022172/1
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