Jordi Aguila
Jordi Aguila
German Primate Center, Cognitive Neuroscience Lab
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Effects of static magnetic fields on the visual cortex: reversible visual deficits and reduction of neuronal activity
J Aguila, J Cudeiro, C Rivadulla
Cerebral Cortex 26 (2), 628-638, 2014
192014
Suppression of V1 feedback produces a shift in the topographic representation of receptive fields of LGN cells by unmasking latent retinal drives
J Aguila, FJ Cudeiro, C Rivadulla
Cerebral Cortex 27 (6), 3331-3345, 2017
32017
Static magnetic fields reduce epileptiform activity in anesthetized rat and monkey
C Rivadulla, J Aguilar, M Coletti, J Aguila, S Prieto, J Cudeiro
Scientific reports 8 (1), 15985, 2018
2018
Update on avaliable tools for evaluating psychomotor development in children under two years of age with perinatal risk
M Villaverde Amoedo, V Robles-García
Annual Meeting of European Academy of Childhood Disability (EACD) 30, 2018
2018
Exploring new tools to deal with old problems: Magnetic fields (TMS/tSMS) and the visual cortico-thalamic network
C Rivadulla, J Aguilá, S Prieto, J Aguilar, J Cudeiro
Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in …, 2017
2017
New Tools for Old Problems: Magnetic Stimulation to Study (and Help) the Brain
C Rivadulla, J Aguilá-Macías, S Prieto-Soler, J Aguilar, J Cudeiro
Converging Clinical and Engineering Research on Neurorehabilitation II, 45-49, 2017
2017
Efecto de la estimulación magnética sobre la corteza visual
J Aguilá Macías
2015
changes On Thalamic Receptive Field Position Due To Manipulation Of Cortical Feedback In Awake Primates.: p23
C Rivadulla, J Aguilá, KL Grieve, J Cudeiro
Acta Physiologica 212, 55, 2014
2014
effect Of Static Magnetic Stimulation Upon Primary Visual Cortex Activity Of Awake And Anesthetized Mammals: p37
J Aguilá, C Rivadulla, J Cudeiro
Acta Physiologica 212, 60, 2014
2014
FENS-0573
J Aguilá, C Rivadulla, K Grieve, J Cudeiro
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