Joint independent component analysis of structural and functional images reveals complex patterns of functional reorganisation in stroke aphasia. | BibSonomy

Joint independent component analysis of structural and functional images reveals complex patterns of functional reorganisation in stroke aphasia.
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NeuroImage 47 (4): 2057-2063 (2009)

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