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From: Epidural cerebellar stimulation drives widespread neural synchrony in the intact and stroke perilesional cortex

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Diversity in firing rate response of M1 units after cerebellar stimulation. a Direct current stimulation was applied to the cerebellum while neural activity of contralateral M1 was recorded using an electrode array. b Example of either a significant increase (orange) or decrease (purple) in firing rate after cerebellar stimulation (p < 0.05). Top panel shows waveforms and the distribution of inter-spike interval of respective units (100 representative waveforms are plotted for each unit and the inter-spike interval is from full recording period). The dotted lines represent the mean from Stimpre. c Violin plot showing the change in firing rate from Stimpre to Stimpost across all neurons. d Percentage of positively (M+) or negatively (M), and non-modulated (NM) units across all animals

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