Calibrated BOLD using direct measurement of changes in venous oxygenation

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Driver, Ian D.; Hall, Emma L.; Wharton, Samuel J.; Pritchard, Susan E.; Francis, Susan T.; Gowland, Penny A.;
(2012)

Calibration of the BOLD signal is potentially of great value in providing a closer measure of the underlying changes in brain function related to neuronal activity than the BOLD signal alone, but current approaches rely on an assumed relationship between cerebral blood ... View more
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