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000125049 245__ $$aMapping the Structural Core of Human Cerebral Cortex
000125049 269__ $$a2008
000125049 260__ $$c2008
000125049 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000125049 520__ $$aStructurally segregated and functionally specialized    regions of the human cerebral cortex are interconnected  by   a dense network of cortico-cortical axonal pathways.  Using   diffusion spectrum imaging we noninvasively map  these   pathways within and across cortical hemispheres  in   individual human subjects. An analysis of the  resulting   large-scale structural brain networks reveals  the  existence  of a structural core within posterior  medial and  parietal  cerebral cortex, as well as several  distinct  temporal and  frontal modules. Brain regions  within the  structural core  share high degree, strength  and  betweenness centrality, and  they constitute connector  hubs  that link all major  structural modules. The  structural  core contains the  posterior components of the  human  default network, and its  central position within  cortex  suggests an important role  in functional  integration.
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000125049 6531_ $$aThe Structural Core of Human Cortex
000125049 700__ $$0244610$$aHagmann, P$$g114965
000125049 700__ $$aCammoun, L
000125049 700__ $$aGigandet, X
000125049 700__ $$aMeuli, R
000125049 700__ $$aHoney, C J
000125049 700__ $$aSporns, O
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