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Theta Band Zero-Lag Long-Range Cortical Synchronization via Hippocampal Dynamical Relaying

Theta Band Zero-Lag Long-Range Cortical Synchronization via Hippocampal Dynamical Relaying

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GOLLO, Leonardo L., Claudio R. MIRASSO, Mercedes ATIENZA, Maité CRESPO-GARCÍA, Jose L. CANTERO, 2011. Theta Band Zero-Lag Long-Range Cortical Synchronization via Hippocampal Dynamical Relaying. In: PLoS ONE. 6(3), e17756. eISSN 1932-6203

@article{Gollo2011-03-08Theta-35139, title={Theta Band Zero-Lag Long-Range Cortical Synchronization via Hippocampal Dynamical Relaying}, year={2011}, doi={10.1371/journal.pone.0017756}, number={3}, volume={6}, journal={PLoS ONE}, author={Gollo, Leonardo L. and Mirasso, Claudio R. and Atienza, Mercedes and Crespo-García, Maité and Cantero, Jose L.}, note={Article Number: e17756} }

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