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Combining techniques that track blood oxygenation and biochemicals during neuronal activity reveals how the brain computes perceived and unperceived stimuli.

Original publication

DOI

10.7554/eLife.78327

Type

Journal article

Journal

Elife

Publication Date

25/04/2022

Volume

11

Keywords

BOLD fMRI, human, human brain metabolism, lactate, magnetic resonance spectroscopy, neuroscience, perception, Brain, Brain Mapping, Magnetic Resonance Imaging