LFB oscillations differ between individuals

UMC Utrecht, the Netherlands
20th September 2019

In the Utrecht NeuroProsthesis (UNP) study, a participant with Locked-In Syndrome (LIS) caused by ALS and a participant with LIS due to brain stem stroke were implanted. In our recent open access publication in Frontiers of Neuroscience we show that baseline Low-Frequency Band (LFB) oscillatory components and changes generated in the LFB power of the sensorimotor cortex by attempted hand movement differ between individuals, despite consistent high-frequency band responses in this area.

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