Associated Microscale Spine Density and Macroscale Connectivity Disruptions in Schizophrenia

Volume: 80, Issue: 4, Pages: 293 - 301
Published: Aug 1, 2016
Abstract
Schizophrenia is often described as a disorder of dysconnectivity, with disruptions in neural connectivity reported on the cellular microscale as well as the global macroscale level of brain organization. How these effects on these two scales are related is poorly understood.First (part I of this study), we collated data on layer 3 pyramidal spine density of the healthy brain from the literature and cross-analyzed these data with new data on...
Paper Details
Title
Associated Microscale Spine Density and Macroscale Connectivity Disruptions in Schizophrenia
Published Date
Aug 1, 2016
Volume
80
Issue
4
Pages
293 - 301
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