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Short-duration transcranial random noise stimulation induces blood oxygenation level dependent response attenuation in the human motor cortex

Chandrasekaran, C. ; Chaieb, L. ; Kovacs, Gyula ; Cziraki, Csaba ; Greenlee, Mark W. ; Paulus, W. ; Antal, Andrea


Manipulation of cortical excitability can be experimentally achieved by the application of transcranial random noise stimulation (tRNS). TRNS is a novel method of non-invasive electrical brain stimulation whereby a random electrical oscillation spectrum is applied over the cortex. A previous study recently reported that application of weak 10-min tRNS over primary motor cortex (M1) enhances ...


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