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Multi-second oscillations in firing rates of rat subthalamic and globus pallidus neurons are correlated with bursts of 4-9 Hz cortical activity



Multi-second oscillations in firing rates of rat subthalamic and globus pallidus neurons are correlated with bursts of 4-9 Hz cortical activity



European Journal of Neuroscience 12(Supplement 11): 134




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