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Figure S1. Bar charts showing (A) percentage of active voxels in the anatomically defined volume of interest (VOI) and (B) Mean T-score in anatomical VOI active for the Liminal stimulus condition for each of the models assessed.

Figure S2. Bar charts showing (A) percentage of active voxels in the anatomically defined volume of interest (VOI) and (B) Mean T-score in anatomical VOI active for the Subliminal stimulus condition for each of the models assessed.

Table S1. Mean (±SD across subject group) pressure, Ramp-on and Ramp-off times for pain, liminal and subliminal conditions.

Table S2. Definitions of anatomical automated labeling volume of interest used to investigate model design.

Table S3. Active brain regions (P < 0.001 uncorrected) to liminal rectal distension modelled using (A) Block (B) Ramp-On and (C) Ramp-Off models.

Table S4. Active brain regions (< 0.001 uncorrected) to sub-liminal rectal distension modelled using (A) Block (B) Ramp-On and (C) Ramp-Off models.

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