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Longitudinal alteration of amygdalar functional connectivity in mild cognitive impairment subjects revealed by resting-state FMRI
Yao, H; Zhou, B; Zhang, Z; Wang, P.; Guo, Y.; Shang, Y.; Wang, L.; Zhang, X.; An, N.; Liu, Y.
Source PublicationBrain Connect
2014
Pages361-70
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ia.ac.cn/handle/173211/11131
Collection脑网络组研究中心
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Yao, H,Zhou, B,Zhang, Z,et al. Longitudinal alteration of amygdalar functional connectivity in mild cognitive impairment subjects revealed by resting-state FMRI[J]. Brain Connect,2014:361-70.
APA Yao, H.,Zhou, B.,Zhang, Z.,Wang, P..,Guo, Y..,...&Liu, Y..(2014).Longitudinal alteration of amygdalar functional connectivity in mild cognitive impairment subjects revealed by resting-state FMRI.Brain Connect,361-70.
MLA Yao, H,et al."Longitudinal alteration of amygdalar functional connectivity in mild cognitive impairment subjects revealed by resting-state FMRI".Brain Connect (2014):361-70.
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