Slow modulations of high-frequency activity (40-140 Hz) discriminate preictal changes in human focal epilepsy


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Year 2016 : 4 citations

 Jin, B., Wang, S., Yang, L., Shen, C., Ding, Y., Guo, Y., Wang, Z., Zhu, J., Wang, S. and Ding, M., 2016. Prevalence and predictors of subclinical seizures during scalp video-EEG monitoring in patients with epilepsy. International Journal of Neuroscience, pp.1-8.

 Amiri, M., Frauscher, B. and Gotman, J., 2016. Phase-Amplitude coupling is elevated in deep sleep and in the onset zone of focal epileptic seizures. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10.

 Nonoda, Y., Miyakoshi, M., Ojeda, A., Makeig, S., Juhász, C., Sood, S. and Asano, E., 2016. Interictal high-frequency oscillations generated by seizure onset and eloquent areas may be differentially coupled with different slow waves. Clinical Neurophysiology, 127(6), pp.2489-2499.

 He, Y. and Yang, F., 2016, August. Temporal evolution analysis of functional connectivity in epilepsy based on weighted complex networks. In Signal Processing, Communications and Computing (ICSPCC), 2016 IEEE International Conference on (pp. 1-3). IEEE.

Year 2015 : 5 citations

 Collaborating and sharing data in epilepsy research
JB Wagenaar, GA Worrell, Z Ives… - Journal of Clinical …, 2015 -
Summary: Technological advances are dramatically advancing translational research in
Epilepsy. Neurophysiology, imaging, and metadata are now recorded digitally in most
centers, enabling quantitative analysis. Basic and translational research opportunities to ...

 Computational modeling of neurostimulation in brain diseases
Y Wang, F Hutchings, M Kaiser - Progress in brain research, 2015 - Elsevier
Abstract Neurostimulation as a therapeutic tool has been developed and used for a range of
different diseases such as Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, and migraine. However, it is not
known why the efficacy of the stimulation varies dramatically across patients or why some ...

 Defining regions of interest using cross-frequency coupling in extratemporal lobe epilepsy patients
M Guirgis, Y Chinvarun, M del Campo… - Journal of neural …, 2015 -
Objective. Clinicians identify seizure onset zones (SOZs) for resection in an attempt to
localize the epileptogenic zone (EZ), which is the cortical tissue that is indispensible for
seizure generation. An automated system is proposed to objectively localize this EZ by ...

 Neural Codes Characterizing Epileptic Brain States
M Guirgis - 2015 -
Epilepsy is a dynamical disease and its effects are evident in over fifty million people
worldwide. For patients with medically intractable epilepsy, clinicians identify seizure onset
zones (SOZs) for resection in an attempt to localize the epileptogenic zone (EZ), which is ...

 Conundrums of High-Frequency Oscillations (80–800 Hz) in the Epileptic Brain
LM de la Prida, RJ Staba, JA Dian - Journal of Clinical …, 2015 -
Summary: Pathological high-frequency oscillations (HFOs)(80–800 Hz) are considered
biomarkers of epileptogenic tissue, but the underlying complex neuronal events are not well
understood. Here, we identify and discuss several outstanding issues or conundrums in ...
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