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    1. Mun-Bryce, S; Wilkerson, AC; Papuashvili, N; Okada, YC
      Recurring episodes of spreading depression are spontaneously elicited by an intracerebral hemorrhage in the swine

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    2. Wu, J; Okada, YC
      Roles of calcium- and voltage-sensitive potassium currents in the generation of neuromagnetic signals and field potentials in a CA3 longitudinal slice of the guinea-pig

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. Okada, YC; Lahteenmaki, A; Xu, CB
      Experimental analysis of distortion of magnetoencephalography signals by the skull

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Bowyer, SM; Okada, YC; Papuashvili, N; Moran, JE; Barkley, GL; Welch, KMA; Tepley, N
      Analysis of MEG signals of spreading cortical depression with propagation constrained to a rectangular cortical strip I. Lissencephalic rabbit model

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    5. Bowyer, SM; Tepley, N; Papuashvili, N; Kato, S; Barkley, GL; Welch, KMA; Okada, YC
      Analysis of MEG signals of spreading cortical depression with propagation constrained to a rectangular cortical strip II. Gyrencephalic swine model

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    6. OKADA YC; SALENIUS S
      ROLES OF ATTENTION, MEMORY AND MOTOR PREPARATION IN MODULATING HUMAN BRAIN ACTIVITY IN A SPATIAL WORKING-MEMORY TASK

      Cerebral cortex
    7. Wu, J; Okada, YC
      Physiological bases of the synchronized population spikes and slow wave ofthe magnetic field generated by a guinea-pig longitudinal CA3 slice preparation

      ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. OKADA YC; WU J; KYUHOU S
      GENESIS OF MEG SIGNALS IN A MAMMALIAN CNS STRUCTURE

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    9. OKADA YC; XU CB
      SINGLE-EPOCH NEUROMAGNETIC SIGNALS DURING EPILEPTIFORM ACTIVITIES IN GUINEA-PIG LONGITUDINAL CA3 SLICES

      Neuroscience letters
    10. HASHIMOTO I; PAPUASHVILI N; XU CB; OKADA YC
      NEURONAL ACTIVITIES FROM A DEEP SUBCORTICAL STRUCTURE CAN BE DETECTEDMAGNETICALLY OUTSIDE THE BRAIN IN THE PORCINE PREPARATION

      Neuroscience letters
    11. OKADA YC; HUANG JC; RICE ME; TRANCHINA D; NICHOLSON C
      ORIGIN OF THE APPARENT TISSUE CONDUCTIVITY IN THE MOLECULAR AND GRANULAR LAYERS OF THE IN-VITRO TURTLE CEREBELLUM AND THE INTERPRETATION OFCURRENT SOURCE-DENSITY ANALYSIS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    12. OKADA YC; SHAH B; HUANG JC
      FERROMAGNETIC HIGH-PERMEABILITY ALLOY ALONE CAN PROVIDE SUFFICIENT LOW-FREQUENCY AND EDDY-CURRENT SHIELDINGS FOR BIOMAGNETIC MEASUREMENTS

      IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering
    13. KYUHOU SI; OKADA YC
      DETECTION OF MAGNETIC EVOKED FIELDS ASSOCIATED WITH SYNCHRONOUS POPULATION ACTIVITIES IN THE TRANSVERSE CA1 SLICE OF THE GUINEA-PIG

      Journal of neurophysiology
    14. RICE ME; OKADA YC; NICHOLSON C
      ANISOTROPIC AND HETEROGENEOUS DIFFUSION IN THE TURTLE CEREBELLUM - IMPLICATIONS FOR VOLUME TRANSMISSION

      Journal of neurophysiology


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