All Relations between top-down modulation and primary motor area

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J S Mindell, Y Parag, S E Bartington, L Stoll, J Barlow, K B Jand. The Middle-Out Perspective: an approach to formalise 'normal practice' in public health advocacy. Perspectives in public health vol issue 2022 36583536 the middle-out perspective (mop) provides a lens to examine how actors positioned between government (top) and individuals (bottom) act to promote broader societal changes from the middle-out (rather than the top-down or bottom-up). 2022-12-30 2023-01-05 Not clear
Patr\\xc3\\xadcia Sanae Souza Lopes, Ana Carolina Pinheiro Campos, Erich Talamoni Fonoff, Luiz Roberto Giorgetti Britto, Rosana Lima Pagan. Motor cortex and pain control: exploring the descending relay analgesic pathways and spinal nociceptive neurons in healthy conscious rats. Behavioral and brain functions : BBF vol 15 issue 1 2020 30909927 these results allow a better understanding of the circuitry involved in the antinociceptive top-down effect induced by mcs under basal conditions, reinforcing the role of primary motor cortex in pain control. 2020-01-07 2022-01-13 Not clear
S W Hughes, M Ali, P Sharma, N Insan, P H Strutto. Frequency-dependent top-down modulation of temporal summation by anodal transcranial direct-current stimulation of the primary motor cortex in healthy adults. European journal of pain (London, England) vol issue 2019 29704875 frequency-dependent top-down modulation of temporal summation by anodal transcranial direct-current stimulation of the primary motor cortex in healthy adults. 2019-11-20 2022-01-13 Not clear
K J Jantzen, Benjamin R Ratcliff, McNeel G Jantze. Cortical Networks for Correcting Errors in Sensorimotor Synchronization Depend on the Direction of Asynchrony. Journal of motor behavior vol 50 issue 3 2019 28813229 the authors propose that frontomedial motor areas exert a top-down inhibitory influence over the primary motor cortex to effectively lengthen tap intervals in response to lengthening tap-tone asynchronies. 2019-10-14 2022-01-13 Not clear
Fabiana Ten\\xc3\\xb3rio Gomes da Silva, Rodrigo Alberto Vieira Browne, Camila Bonin Pinto, Faddi Ghassan Saleh Velez, Eryvaldo S\\xc3\\xb3crates Tabosa do Egito, Jeferson Tafarel Pereira do R\\xc3\\xaago, Mar\\xc3\\xadlia Rodrigues da Silva, Paulo Moreira Silva Dantas, Felipe Fregn. Transcranial direct current stimulation in\\xc2\\xa0individuals with spinal cord injury: Assessment of autonomic nervous system activity. Restorative neurology and neuroscience vol 35 issue 2 2018 28282844 we hypothesized in this study that transcranial direct current stimulation (tdcs) of primary motor cortex could exert top-down modulation over subcortical systems associated with autonomic control and thus be useful to revert some of the dysfunctional changes found in the autonomic nervous system (ans) of subjects with spinal cord injuries (sci). 2018-01-10 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ju-Rong Ding, Xin Ding, Bo Hua, Xingzhong Xiong, Qingsong Wang, Huafu Che. Abnormal functional connectivity density in patients with ischemic white matter lesions: An observational study. Medicine vol 95 issue 36 2017 27603353 we found that patients with ischemic wmls showed reduced short-range fcd in the temporal cortex, primary motor cortex, and subcortical region, which may account for inadequate top-down attention, impaired motor, memory, and executive function associated with wmls. 2017-02-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
Davide Rigoni, Marcel Brass, Cl\\xc3\\xa9mence Roger, Franck Vidal, Giuseppe Sartor. Top-down modulation of brain activity underlying intentional action and its relationship with awareness of intention: an ERP/Laplacian analysis. Experimental brain research vol 229 issue 3 2014 23354661 conversely, activity in primary motor cortex (m1) contralateral to the responding hand was larger in the m-condition than in the w-condition, revealing that this region is also modulated by top-down processes. 2014-04-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
Yumiko Yoshida, Hiroki C Tanabe, Masamichi J Hayashi, Hiroaki Kawamichi, Takanori Kochiyama, Norihiro Sadat. The neural substrates of the warning effect: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Neuroscience research vol 76 issue 4 2014 23770124 the warning cues activated the right-lateralized parieto-frontal top-down attentional network, and motor cortical areas including the pre-supplementary motor area (pre-sma), the bilateral dorsal premotor cortex, and the left primary motor cortex (m1). 2014-03-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
Anne K Rehme, Christian Grefke. Cerebral network disorders after stroke: evidence from imaging-based connectivity analyses of active and resting brain states in humans. The Journal of physiology vol 591 issue 1 2013 23090951 furthermore, reorganized neural networks feature strong excitatory interactions between fronto-parietal areas and primary motor cortex in the affected hemisphere, suggesting that greater top-down control over primary motor areas facilitates motor execution in the lesioned brain. 2013-06-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
Franz-Xaver Neubert, Rogier B Mars, Etienne Olivier, Matthew F S Rushwort. Modulation of short intra-cortical inhibition during action reprogramming. Experimental brain research vol 211 issue 2 2012 21528397 previous studies have established that a frontal/basal ganglia network exerts top-down control over the primary motor cortex (m1) during action reprogramming. 2012-03-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
Edna C Cieslik, Karl Zilles, Christian Grefkes, Simon B Eickhof. Dynamic interactions in the fronto-parietal network during a manual stimulus-response compatibility task. NeuroImage vol 58 issue 3 2011 21708271 thirty-six models were tested, all of which included bilateral ips, dpmc and primary motor cortex (m1) as a network transforming visual input into motor output as well as the right tpj, right dlpfc and the presma as task-dependent top-down regions influencing the coupling within the dorsal network. 2011-12-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
Christian Grefkes, Simon B Eickhoff, Dennis A Nowak, Manuel Dafotakis, Gereon R Fin. Dynamic intra- and interhemispheric interactions during unilateral and bilateral hand movements assessed with fMRI and DCM. NeuroImage vol 41 issue 4 2008 18486490 during unimanual movements, connectivity towards the contralateral primary motor cortex was enhanced while neural coupling towards ipsilateral motor areas was reduced by both transcallosal inhibition and top-down modulation. 2008-08-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
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