Human Translingual Neurostimulation Alters Resting Brain Activity in High-Density EEG

 Abstract: Background: Despite growing evidence of a critical link between neuromodulation technologies and neuroplastic recovery, the underlying mechanisms of these technologies remain elusive.

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