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icon_papar A difference exists in somatosensory processing between the anterior and posterior parts of the tongue. 
Sakamoto K , Nakata H , Inui K , Perrucci MG , Del Gratta C , Kakigi R , Romani GL
Neuroscience research 2010 ;66 (2) :173-9 [PMID: 19896988]
icon_nimgcenter A difference exists in somatosensory processing between the anterior and posterior parts of the tongue. 
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2010;
icon_papar A fronto-parietal circuit for object manipulation in man: evidence from an fMRI-study. 
Binkofski F , Buccino G , Posse S , Seitz RJ , Rizzolatti G , Freund H
The European journal of neuroscience 1999 ;11 (9) :3276-86 [PMID: 10510191]
icon_nimgcenter A fronto-parietal circuit for object manipulation in man: evidence from an fMRI-study. 
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1999;
icon_papar A fronto-parietal circuit for tactile object discrimination: an event-related fMRI study. 
Stoeckel MC , Weder B , Binkofski F , Buccino G , Shah NJ , Seitz RJ
NeuroImage 2003 ;19 (3) :1103-14 [PMID: 12880836]
icon_nimgcenter A fronto-parietal circuit for tactile object discrimination: an event-related fMRI study. 
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2003;
icon_papar A parietal-frontal network studied by somatosensory oddball MEG responses, and its cross-modal consistency. 
Huang MX , Lee RR , Miller GA , Thoma RJ , Hanlon FM , Paulson KM , Martin K , Harrington DL , Weisend MP , Edgar JC , Canive JM
NeuroImage 2005 ;28 (1) :99-114 [PMID: 15979344]
icon_nimgcenter A parietal-frontal network studied by somatosensory oddball MEG responses, and its cross-modal consistency. 
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2005;
icon_papar A parieto-premotor network for object manipulation: evidence from neuroimaging. 
Binkofski F , Buccino G , Stephan KM , Rizzolatti G , Seitz RJ , Freund HJ
Experimental brain research 1999 ;128 (1) :210-3 [PMID: 10473761]
icon_nimgcenter A parieto-premotor network for object manipulation: evidence from neuroimaging. 
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1999;
icon_papar A PET study of somatosensory discrimination in man. microgeometry versus macrogeometry. 
O'Sullivan BT , Roland PE , Kawashima R
The European journal of neuroscience 1994 ;6 (1) :137-48 [PMID: 8130929]
icon_nimgcenter A PET study of somatosensory discrimination in man. microgeometry versus macrogeometry. 
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1994;
icon_papar A PET [18F]altanserin study of 5-HT2A receptor binding in the human brain and responses to painful heat stimulation. 
Kupers R , Frokjaer VG , Naert A , Christensen R , Budtz-Joergensen E , Kehlet H , Knudsen GM
NeuroImage 2009 ;44 (3) :1001-7 [PMID: 19007894]
icon_nimgcenter A PET [18F]altanserin study of 5-HT2A receptor binding in the human brain and responses to painful heat stimulation. 
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2009;
icon_papar A regression analysis study of the primary somatosensory cortex during pain. 
Petrovic P , Petersson KM , Hansson P , Ingvar M
NeuroImage 2002 ;16 (4) :1142-50 [PMID: 12202100]
icon_nimgcenter A regression analysis study of the primary somatosensory cortex during pain. 
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2002;
icon_papar A shared neural network for simple reaction time. 
Kansaku K , Hanakawa T , Wu T , Hallett M
NeuroImage 2004 ;22 (2) :904-11 [PMID: 15193621]
icon_nimgcenter A shared neural network for simple reaction time. 
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2004;
icon_papar A simultaneous EEG-fMRI study of painful electric stimulation. 
Christmann C , Koeppe C , Braus DF , Ruf M , Flor H
NeuroImage 2007 ;34 (4) :1428-37 [PMID: 17178235]
icon_nimgcenter A simultaneous EEG-fMRI study of painful electric stimulation. 
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2007;
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