All Relations between body perception and primary motor area

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Raquel Maria Pereira Campos, Maria Carolina Barbosa-Silva, Victor T\\xc3\\xbalio Ribeiro-Resend. A period of transient synaptic density unbalancing in the motor cortex after peripheral nerve injury and the involvement of microglial cells. Molecular and cellular neurosciences vol issue 2022 36372156 some types of peripheral nerve injury lead to limb deafferentation, which leads to remodeling of body representation areas in different parts of the brain, such as in the primary motor cortex and primary sensory cortex. 2022-11-13 2022-11-15 Not clear
Carlotta Fossataro, Valentina Bruno, Serena Giurgola, Nadia Bolognini, Francesca Garbarin. Losing my hand. Body ownership attenuation after virtual lesion of the primary motor cortex. The European journal of neuroscience vol 48 issue 6 2019 30117217 body ownership attenuation after virtual lesion of the primary motor cortex. 2019-12-12 2022-01-13 Not clear
Hisham Mohammed, Neeraj Jai. Ipsilateral cortical inputs to the rostral and caudal motor areas in rats. The Journal of comparative neurology vol 524 issue 15 2017 27037503 rats have a complete body representation in the primary motor cortex (m1). 2017-09-12 2022-01-12 Not clear
Noriyuki Higo, Nobuo Kunori, Yumi Murat. Neural Activity during Voluntary Movements in Each Body Representation of the Intracortical Microstimulation-Derived Map in the Macaque Motor Cortex. PloS one vol 11 issue 8 2017 27494282 the topographic body map in the primary motor cortex (m1) generally corresponds to functional divisions of voluntary movements; neurons at the recording sites in each body representation with movement thresholds of 10 \xce\xbca or less were differentially activated during the task, and the timing of responses was consistent with the movements of the body part represented. 2017-08-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Mark J Burish, Iwona Stepniewska, Jon H Kaa. Microstimulation and architectonics of frontoparietal cortex in common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). The Journal of comparative neurology vol 507 issue 2 2008 18175349 primary motor cortex (m1) was identified as an area that evoked visible movements at low levels of electric current and had a full body representation of the contralateral musculature. 2008-03-27 2022-01-12 Not clear
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