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OPH+04

T. R. Oakes, D. A. Pizzagalli, A. M. Hendrick, K. A. Horras, C. L. Larson, H. C. Abercrombie, S. M. Schaefer, J. V. Koger, R. J. Davidson. Functional coupling of simultaneous electrical and metabolic activity in the human brain. Hum Brain Mapp, 21(4):257-270, 2004.

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Abstract

The relationships between brain electrical and metabolic activity are being uncovered currently in animal models using invasive methods; however, in the human brain this relationship remains not well understood. In particular, the relationship between noninvasive measurements of electrical activity and metabolism remains largely undefined. To understand better these relations, cerebral activity was measured simultaneously with electroencephalography (EEG) and positron emission tomography using [(18)f]-fluoro-2-deoxy-D-glucose (PET-FDG) in 12 normal human subjects during rest. Intracerebral distributions of current density were estimated, yielding tomographic maps for seven standard EEG frequency bands. The PET and EEG data were registered to the same space and voxel dimensions, and correlational maps were created on a voxel-by-voxel basis across all subjects. For each band, significant positive and negative correlations were found that are generally consistent with extant understanding of EEG band power function. With increasing EEG frequency, there was an increase in the number of positively correlated voxels, whereas the lower alpha band (8.5-10.0 Hz) was associated with the highest number of negative correlations. This work presents a method for comparing EEG signals with other more traditionally tomographic functional imaging data on a 3-D basis. This method will be useful in the future when it is applied to functional imaging methods with faster time resolution, such as short half-life PET blood flow tracers and functional magnetic resonance imaging

Keywords

[ Adult ] [ Brain/*metabolism/radionuclide imaging ] [ Brain mapping/*methods ] [ Electroencephalography/*methods ] [ Energy metabolism/physiology ] [ Female ] [ Fludeoxyglucose f 18/diagnostic use ] [ Glucose/metabolism ] [ Human ] [ Male ] [ Middle aged ] [ Support ] [ Non-u.s. gov't ] [ Support ] [ U.s. gov't ] [ P.h.s. ] [ *tomography ] [ Emission-computed ]

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T. R. Oakes
D. A. Pizzagalli
A. M. Hendrick
K. A. Horras
C. L. Larson
H. C. Abercrombie
S. M. Schaefer
J. V. Koger
R. J. Davidson

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@article{OPH+04,
   Author = {Oakes, T. R. and Pizzagalli, D. A. and Hendrick, A. M. and Horras, K. A. and Larson, C. L. and Abercrombie, H. C. and Schaefer, S. M. and Koger, J. V. and Davidson, R. J.},
   Title = {Functional coupling of simultaneous electrical and metabolic activity in the human brain},
   Journal = {Hum Brain Mapp},
   Volume = {21},
   Number = {4},
   Pages = {257--270},
   Year = {2004}
}

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