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Fig. 8 | Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Fig. 8

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

Fig. 8

Activity in post-stroke peri-infarct M1 after cerebellar stimulation. a An example peri-infarct M1 unit showing modulation after cerebellar stimulation (bottom). Its waveform and inter-spike interval histogram is also shown (top). b Violin plot showing firing rate change between Stimpre and Stimpost across all peri-infarct M1 units (left) and percentage of M+, M and NM units across all stroke animals (right). c Representative cross-correlogram of a pair of peri-infarct M1 units, before and during cerebellar stimulation (left). Mean change in ΔCCH is shown as mean ± s.e.m., across four animals (right). *p < 5 × 10–2. d An example LFP power from a single animal before and after cerebellar stimulation (left). Grey shaded area shows the slow frequency band (0.3–4 Hz). The average LFP power in the slow frequency band across four animals is shown in the inset (Stimpre power is same as the Fig. 7 but y-axis is adjusted)

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