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    August 2019
  1. VOETS NL, Plaha P
    Unsilencing the right hemisphere: new insights from awake neurosurgery.
    Brain. 2019;142:2176-2178.
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    August 2018
  2. LAGARDE S, Roehri N, Lambert I, Trebuchon A, et al
    Interictal stereotactic-EEG functional connectivity in refractory focal epilepsies.
    Brain. 2018 Aug 9. pii: 5068681. doi: 10.1093.
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    July 2018
  3. SPEJO DAB, Moon DLDF
    An intriguing way to enhance rehabilitation of grasping in rats after spinal cord injury.
    Brain. 2018;141:1888-1899.
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    June 2018
  4. BURNSIDE ER, De Winter F, Didangelos A, James ND, et al
    Immune-evasive gene switch enables regulated delivery of chondroitinase after spinal cord injury.
    Brain. 2018 Jun 14. pii: 5036378. doi: 10.1093.
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    May 2018
  5. TORRES-ESPIN A, Forero J, Fenrich KK, Lucas-Osma AM, et al
    Eliciting inflammation enables successful rehabilitative training in chronic spinal cord injury.
    Brain. 2018 May 30. pii: 5025689. doi: 10.1093.
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    April 2018
  6. MOON LDF, Bradbury EJ
    'Chase': in dogged pursuit of a therapy for spinal cord injury.
    Brain. 2018;141:941-943.
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    February 2018
  7. HU HZ, Granger N, Pai SB, Bellamkonda RV, et al
    Therapeutic efficacy of microtube-embedded chondroitinase ABC in a canine clinical model of spinal cord injury.
    Brain. 2018 Feb 9. pii: 4850499. doi: 10.1093.
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    January 2018
  8. FONTAINE D, Almairac F, Santucci S, Fernandez C, et al
    Dural and pial pain-sensitive structures in humans: new inputs from awake craniotomies.
    Brain. 2018 Jan 29. pii: 4829675. doi: 10.1093.
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    October 2017
  9. BESSON P, Bandt SK, Proix T, Lagarde S, et al
    Anatomic consistencies across epilepsies: a stereotactic-EEG informed high-resolution structural connectivity study.
    Brain. 2017;140:2639-2652.
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    September 2017
  10. HARIZ M, Tabrizi S
    Patients with Huntington's disease pioneered human stereotactic neurosurgery 70 years ago.
    Brain. 2017;140:2516-2519.
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    June 2017
  11. LONG J, Federico P, Perez MA
    A novel cortical target to enhance hand motor output in humans with spinal cord injury.
    Brain. 2017;140:1619-1632.
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    May 2017
  12. PINTO Y, Neville DA, Otten M, Corballis PM, et al
    Split brain: divided perception but undivided consciousness.
    Brain. 2017;140:1231-1237.
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    December 2016
  13. SINHA N, Dauwels J, Kaiser M, Cash SS, et al
    Predicting neurosurgical outcomes in focal epilepsy patients using computational modelling.
    Brain. 2016 Dec 23. pii: aww299. doi: 10.1093.
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    August 2016
  14. MURAKAMI H, Wang ZI, Marashly A, Krishnan B, et al
    Correlating magnetoencephalography to stereo-electroencephalography in patients undergoing epilepsy surgery.
    Brain. 2016.
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    March 2016
  15. BARBA C, Rheims S, Minotti L, Guenot M, et al
    Reply: Temporal plus epilepsy is a major determinant of temporal lobe surgery failures.
    Brain. 2016.
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  16. GIULIONI M, Martinoni M, Marucci G
    Temporal plus epilepsy is a major determinant of temporal lobe surgery failures.
    Brain. 2016.
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