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A portable and low-cost fMRI compatible pneumatic system for the investigation of the somatosensensory system in clinical and research environments

A portable and low-cost fMRI compatible pneumatic system for the investigation of the somatosensensory system in clinical and research environments

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WIENBRUCH, Christian, Victor CANDIA, Jonas SVENSSON, Raimund KLEISER, Spyros S. KOLLIAS, 2006. A portable and low-cost fMRI compatible pneumatic system for the investigation of the somatosensensory system in clinical and research environments. In: Neuroscience Letters. 398, pp. 183-188

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