Publikationen von Lukas J. Volz

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Michely, J.; Volz, L. J.; Hoffstaedter, F.; Tittgemeyer, M.; Eickhoff, S. B.; Fink, G. R.; Grefkes, C.: Network connectivity of motor control in the ageing brain. NeuroImage: Clinical 18, S. 443 - 455 (2018)
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Pedrosa, D. J.; Nelles, C.; Brown, P.; Volz, L. J.; Pelzer, E. A.; Tittgemeyer, M.; Brittain, J.-S.; Timmermann, L.: The differentiated networks related to essential tremor onset and its amplitude modulation after alcohol intake. Experimental Neurology 297, S. 50 - 61 (2017)
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Volz, L. J.; Rehme, A. K.; Michely, J.; Nettekoven, C.; Eickhoff, S. B.; Fink, G. R.; Grefkes, C.: Shaping early reorganization of neural networks promotes motor function after stroke. Cerebral Cortex 26 (6), S. 2882 - 2894 (2016)
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Rehme, A. K.; Volz, L. J.; Feis, D.-L.; Bomilcar-Focke, I.; Liebig, T.; Eickhoff, S. B.; Fink, G. R.; Grefkes, C.: Identifying neuroimaging markers of motor disability in acute stroke by machine learning techniques. Cerebral Cortex 25 (9), S. 3046 - 3056 (2015)
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Rehme, A. K.; Volz, L. J.; Feis, D.-L.; Eickhoff, S. B.; Fink, G. R.; Grefkes, C.: Individual prediction of chronic motor outcome in the acute post-stroke stage: Behavioral parameters versus functional imaging. Human Brain Mapping 36 (11), S. 4553 - 4565 (2015)
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Volz, L. J.; Eickhoff, S. B.; Pool, E.-M.; Fink, G. R.; Grefkes, C.: Differential modulation of motor network connectivity during movements of the upper and lower limbs. NeuroImage 119, S. 44 - 53 (2015)
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Volz, L. J.; Hamada, M.; Rothwell, J. C.; Grefkes, C.: What makes the muscle twitch: Motor system connectivity and TMS-induced activity. Cerebral Cortex 25 (9), S. 2346 - 2353 (2015)
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Volz, L. J.; Sarfeld, A.-S.; Diekhoff, S.; Rehme, A. K.; Pool, E.-M.; Eickhoff, S. B.; Fink, G. R.; Grefkes, C.: Motor cortex excitability and connectivity in chronic stroke: a multimodal model of functional reorganization. Brain Structure and Function 220 (2), S. 1093 - 1107 (2015)
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