MEG Resting State Functional Connectivity and Network Topology in Dyslexia Related Genotype

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MEG Resting State Functional Connectivity and Network Topology in Dyslexia Related Genotype
 
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D. Brkić1, J.B. Talcott1 , A. Hillebrand2 , S. Paracchini3& C. Witton1
1Aston Brain Centre, School of Life & Health Sciences, Aston University, Birmingham, UK 2Department of Clinical Neurophysiology and MEG Center, Neuroscience Campus Amsterdam, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 3 University of St Andrews, St Andrews, UK

 
 

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