Investigation the effect of perisomatic innervation in the generation of spontaneous synchronous population activity in the neocortical tissue of epileptic and non-epileptic tumor patients, in vitro.  Page description

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Identifier
121123
Type PD
Principal investigator Tóth, Kinga
Title in Hungarian A periszomatikus beidegzés szerepe a spontán szinkron populációs aktivitások kialakulásában epilepsziás és nem epilepsziás (tumoros) betegek neocortikális szeletpreparátumaiban.
Title in English Investigation the effect of perisomatic innervation in the generation of spontaneous synchronous population activity in the neocortical tissue of epileptic and non-epileptic tumor patients, in vitro.
Keywords in Hungarian epilepszia, humán, agykéreg, szinkronitás, periszomatikus beidegzés, sokcsatornás elvezetés, áramforrás sűrűség
Keywords in English epilepsy, human, neocortex, synchrony, perisomatic innervetion, multielectrode, current source density
Discipline
Neuroanatomy and neurophysiology (Council of Medical and Biological Sciences)40 %
Neuroanatomy and neurophysiology (Council of Medical and Biological Sciences)40 %
Biological basis of neurological and psychiatric disorders (Council of Medical and Biological Sciences)20 %
Panel Neurosciences
Department or equivalent Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology (Research Center of Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
Participants Wittner, Lucia
Starting date 2016-10-01
Closing date 2019-09-30
Funding (in million HUF) 15.087
FTE (full time equivalent) 2.40
state running project




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