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Sebastian H. Doeltgen, Suzanne M. McAllister and Michael C. Ridding Simultaneous application of slow-oscillation transcranial direct current stimulation and theta burst stimulation prolongs continuous theta burst stimulation-induced suppression of corticomotor excitability in humans European Journal of Neuroscience 36

Article first published online: 14 JUN 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1460-9568.2012.08181.x

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Slow frequency brain oscillations can exert significant influence on hippocampal and cortical memory encoding and consolidation. In the primary motor cortex, simultaneous application of slow-oscillating transcranial direct current stimulation prolonged the neuroplastic response to trancranial magnetic Theta Burst Stimulation. Neuronal gating mechanisms may be involved in the observed facilitation of LTD-like plasticity.

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