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Investigation of the relationship between cerebral oxygen metabolism and the oxidative state of cytochrome-c-oxidase in neonatal encephalopathy

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Neural efficiency deficits during dual-task conditions in concussed adolescents

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What triggers the interictal epileptic spike? A multimodal multiscale analysis of the dynamic of synaptic and non synaptic neuronal and vascular compartments using electrical and optical measurements

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Prediction of cognitive domains in Alzheimer patients by few fNIRS channels

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Classification of Impairment from ∆9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) using resting-state neuroimaging

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Validating fNIRS-based Resting State Functional Connectivity Networks Against fMRI

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Complexity of broadband near infrared spectroscopy signals in term newborn infants relates to outcome following neonatal encephalopathy

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Middle Cerebral Artery Stenosis Identification during Mini-Mental State Examination: An fNIRS Validation

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Exploration of whole-head CW fNIRS-based intracranial hemorrhage detection: progress and challenges

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Cortical hypoxia in people with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis: demonstration with multi-wavelength time-domain near-infrared spectroscopy

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