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Optimal number of pulses as outcome measures of neuronavigated transcranial magnetic stimulation.
Humans with Type-2 Diabetes Show Abnormal Long-Term Potentiation-Like Cortical Plasticity Associated with Verbal Learning Deficits.
Multifocal tDCS targeting the resting state motor network increases cortical excitability beyond traditional tDCS targeting unilateral motor cortex.
Intermittent theta-burst stimulation induces correlated changes in cortical and corticospinal excitability in healthy older subjects.
The Effects of Waveform and Current Direction on the Efficacy and Test-Retest Reliability of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation.
Diabetes and the link between neuroplasticity and glutamate in the aging human motor cortex.
Aftereffects of Intermittent Theta-Burst Stimulation in Adjacent, Non-Target Muscles.
Light aerobic exercise modulates executive function and cortical excitability.
Large-scale analysis of interindividual variability in theta-burst stimulation data: Results from the 'Big TMS Data Collaboration'.
Neurobiological mechanisms of altered cortical plasticity in Type-2 diabetes mellitus