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Wireless recording from unrestrained monkeys reveals motor goal encoding beyond immediate reach in frontoparietal cortex
Michael Berger et al.
The novel Reach Cage allows neurophysiology studies of structured behavior with unrestrained Rhesus macaques showing that the frontoparietal reach network is selective for reach goals outside the immediately reachable space.
Decreased motor cortex excitability mirrors own hand disembodiment during the rubber hand illusion
Francesco della Gatta et al.
An illusion in which individuals feel that their own hand no longer belongs to them may reflect a temporary reduction in the brain’s ability to control the movement of the hand.
A genuine layer 4 in motor cortex with prototypical synaptic circuit connectivity
Naoki Yamawaki et al.
New evidence challenges the long-held view that motor cortex lacks a fourth layer, and reveals that its circuitry resembles that of other cortical regions more than previously thought.
Independent representations of ipsilateral and contralateral limbs in primary motor cortex
Ethan A Heming et al.
Neural recordings demonstrate how information about the contralateral limb can be isolated from the ipsilateral limb in motor cortex.
Motor cortex can directly drive the globus pallidus neurons in a projection neuron type-dependent manner in the rat
Fuyuki Karube et al.
Globus pallidus neurons projecting to the striatum are preferentially activated by direct glutamatergic innervation from the motor cortex.
Correction: The auditory representation of speech sounds in human motor cortex
Connie Cheung et al.
An open cortico-basal ganglia loop allows limbic control over motor output via the nigrothalamic pathway
Sho Aoki et al.
A novel connection from ventral striatum to motor cortex enables emotion and motivation to influence action and motor control.
Extrinsic and intrinsic dynamics in movement intermittency
Damar Susilaradeya et al.
The rhythmicity in upper-limb tracking movements and associated population dynamics in primary motor cortex is explained by a feedback controller incorporating optimal state estimation.
Tagging motor memories with transcranial direct current stimulation allows later artificially-controlled retrieval
Daichi Nozaki et al.
Noninvasive brain stimulation can artificially tag and retrieve human motor memories by altering the background activity patterns of the sensorimotor cortex.
Interhemispherically dynamic representation of an eye movement-related activity in mouse frontal cortex
Takashi R Sato et al.
Optogenetically induced motor disruption can evoke plasticity in the mouse frontal cortex that compensates for the motor deficits, accompanying changes in inter-hemispheric motor representation.
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