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Selected publications using BESA Research


Publications by customers 1-10

1. Sommer, B., et al., Magnetoencephalography-guided surgery in frontal lobe epilepsy using neuronavigation and intraoperative MR imaging. Epilepsy Research, 2016. 126: p. 26-36.

2. Maliiaa, M. D., et al., Epileptiform discharge propagation: Analyzing spikes from the onset to the peak. Clin Neurophysiol, 2016. 127(4): p. 2127-2133.

3. Rodin, E., et al., Magnetoencephalographic Infraslow Activity: A Feasibility Study. J Clin Neurophysiol, 2016. 33(4): p. 354-358

4. Beniczky, S., et al., Visualizing spikes in source-space: Rapid and efficient evaluation of magnetoencephalography. Clin Neurophysiol, 2016. 127(2): p. 1067-1072.

5. Tang, H., Crain, S., and Johnson, B. W., Dual temporal encoding mechanisms in human auditory cortex: Evidence from MEG and EEG. NeuroImage, 2016. 128: p. 32-43.

6. Kuhbandner, C., Spachtholz, P., and Pastötter, B., Bad things come easier to the mind but harder to the body: Evidence from brain oscillations. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci, 2016. 16(4): p. 768-778

7. Kim, H. Y., Modification of electrophysiological activity pattern after anterior thalamic deep brain stimulation for intractable epilepsy: report of 3 cases. J Neurosurgery, September 2016, DOI: 10.3171/2016.6.JNS152958

8. Paraskevopoulos, E., et al., Musical expertise is related to altered functional connectivity during audiovisual integration. PNAS 2015. 112(40): p. 12522–12527

9. Tame, L., et al., Early integration of bilateral touch in the primary somatosensory cortex. Human Brain Mapping, 2015. 36(4): p. 1506–1523

10. Vanvooren, S., et al., Theta, beta and gamma rate modulations in the developing auditory system. Hearing Research, 2015. 327, p. 153-162

Publications by customers 11-20

11. Rosenzweig, I., et al., Beyond the double banana: improved recognition of temporal lobe seizures in long-term EEG. J Clin Neurophysiol, 2014. 31(1): p. 1-9.

12. Kammermeier, S., et al., Intermediate latency evoked potentials of cortical multimodal vestibular areas: Acoustic stimulation. Clin Neurophysiol, 2014.

13. Gavaret, M., et al., MEG and EEG sensitivity in a case of medial occipital epilepsy. Brain Topogr, 2014. 27(1): p. 192-6.

14. Zhou, Z., H. Zhu, and L. Chen, Effect of aripiprazole on mismatch negativity (MMN) in schizophrenia. PLoS One, 2013. 8(1): p. e52186.

15. Nunez, D., et al., Evidence for a magnocellular disadvantage in early-onset schizophrenic patients: a source analysis of the N80 visual-evoked component. Schizophr Res, 2013. 144(1-3): p. 16-23.

16. Kodaira, M., et al., Effects of acute nicotine on prepulse inhibition of auditory change-related cortical responses. Behav Brain Res, 2013. 256: p. 27-35.

17. Brock, C., et al., Peripheral and central nervous contribution to gastrointestinal symptoms in diabetic patients with autonomic neuropathy. Eur J Pain, 2013. 17(6): p. 820-31.

18. Azadmehr, H., et al., Object recognition deficit in early- and adult-onset schizophrenia regardless of age at disease onset. Psychiatry Res, 2013. 214(3): p. 452-8.

19. Shih, J.J., et al., Signal characteristics of intraventricular electrodes recordings in human epilepsy: a case report. Clin EEG Neurosci, 2012. 43(2): p. 105-11.

20. Scherg, M., et al., Fast evaluation of interictal spikes in long-term EEG by hyper-clustering. Epilepsia, 2012. 53(7): p. 1196-204.

Publications by customers 21-30

21. Rampp, S. and H. Stefan, Ictal onset baseline shifts and infraslow activity. J Clin Neurophysiol, 2012. 29(4): p. 291-7.

22. Peltola, M.E., et al., Semiautomatic quantification of spiking in patients with continuous spikes and waves in sleep: sensitivity to settings and correspondence to visual assessment. Clin Neurophysiol, 2012. 123(7): p. 1284-90.

23. Koychev, I., et al., Visual information processing deficits as biomarkers of vulnerability to schizophrenia: an event-related potential study in schizotypy. Neuropsychologia, 2010. 48(7): p. 2205-14.

24. Bachmann, S., et al., MEG does not reveal impaired sensory gating in first-episode schizophrenia. Schizophr Res, 2010. 121(1-3): p. 131-8.

25. Xie, N., et al., [Event-related potentials in character semantic priming of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder children and normal children: a comparative study]. Zhonghua Yi Xue Za Zhi, 2009. 89(6): p. 377-80.

26. Wong, T.K., et al., Spatiotemporal dipole source localization of face processing ERPs in adolescents: a preliminary study. Behav Brain Funct, 2009. 5: p. 16.

27. Tkachenko, O.N., A.A. Frolov, and V.M. Verkhliutov, [Application of boundary element method for more accurate localization of EEG dipole sources]. Zh Vyssh Nerv Deiat Im I P Pavlova, 2008. 58(2): p. 247-54.

28. Rodin, E. and P. Modur, Ictal intracranial infraslow EEG activity. Clin Neurophysiol, 2008. 119(10): p. 2188-200.

29. Rodin, E., et al., EEG infraslow activity in absence and partial seizures. Clin EEG Neurosci, 2008. 39(1): p. 12-9.

30. Melis, C., et al., A decomposition of electrocortical activity as a function of spatial frequency: a weighted multidimensional scaling analysis. Brain Res, 2008. 1214: p. 116-26.

Publications by customers 31-40

31. Kurimoto, R., et al., Event-related synchronization of alpha activity in early Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment: an MEG study combining beamformer and group comparison. Neurosci Lett, 2008. 443(2): p. 86-9.

32. Grech, R., et al., Review on solving the inverse problem in EEG source analysis. J Neuroeng Rehabil, 2008. 5: p. 25.

33. Gohle, D., et al., Electrophysiological evidence for cortical abnormalities in obsessive-compulsive disorder – a replication study using auditory event-related P300 subcomponents. J Psychiatr Res, 2008. 42(4): p. 297-303.

34. Freunberger, R., et al., Gamma oscillatory activity in a visual discrimination task. Brain Res Bull, 2007. 71(6): p. 593-600.

35. Dong, X., et al., [Event-related potentials in Chinese characters semantic priming and arithmetic tasks: comparative study between healthy children and children with cognitive disorder]. Zhonghua Yi Xue Za Zhi, 2007. 87(40): p. 2825-8.

36. Beniczky, S., et al., Possible role of the basal ganglia in the generation of the N30 potential of the median nerve somatosensory evoked potentials. Ideggyogy Sz, 2007. 60(9-10): p. 392-7.

37. Bast, T., et al., Combined EEG and MEG analysis of early somatosensory evoked activity in children and adolescents with focal epilepsies. Clin Neurophysiol, 2007. 118(8): p. 1721-35.

38. Santiago-Rodriguez, E., et al., Interictal regional cerebral blood flow and electrical source analysis in patients with complex partial seizures. Arch Med Res, 2006. 37(1): p. 145-9.

39. Qiu, J., et al., Brain mechanism of Stroop interference effect in Chinese characters. Brain Res, 2006. 1072(1): p. 186-93.

40. Kincses, T.Z., et al., Task-related temporal and topographical changes of cortical activity during ultra-rapid visual categorization. Brain Res, 2006. 1112(1): p. 191-200.

Publications by customers 41-50

41. Beniczky, S., Functional consequences of basal ganglia pathologies. Ideggyogy Sz, 2006. 59(3-4): p. 136-41.

42. Restuccia, D., et al., Attentional load of the primary task influences the frontal but not the temporal generators of mismatch negativity. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res, 2005. 25(3): p. 891-9.

43. Pollatos, O., W. Kirsch, and R. Schandry, Brain structures involved in interoceptive awareness and cardioafferent signal processing: a dipole source localization study. Hum Brain Mapp, 2005. 26(1): p. 54-64.

44. Jung, K.Y., et al., Independent component analysis of generalized spike-and-wave discharges: primary versus secondary bilateral synchrony. Clin Neurophysiol, 2005. 116(4): p. 913-9.

45. Bast, T., et al., Source analysis of interictal spikes in polymicrogyria: loss of relevant cortical fissures requires simultaneous EEG to avoid MEG misinterpretation. Neuroimage, 2005. 25(4): p. 1232-41.

46. Rodin, E., et al., Magnetoencephalographic spikes not detected by conventional electroencephalography. Clin Neurophysiol, 2004. 115(9): p. 2041-7.

47. Miki, K., et al., Magnetoencephalographic study of occipitotemporal activity elicited by viewing mouth movements. Clin Neurophysiol, 2004. 115(7): p. 1559-74.

48. Markela-Lerenc, J., et al., Prefrontal-cingulate activation during executive control: which comes first? Brain Res Cogn Brain Res, 2004. 18(3): p. 278-87.

49. Holmes, M.D., M. Brown, and D.M. Tucker, Are “generalized” seizures truly generalized? Evidence of localized mesial frontal and frontopolar discharges in absence. Epilepsia, 2004. 45(12): p. 1568-79.

50. Hoechstetter, K., et al., BESA source coherence: a new method to study cortical oscillatory coupling. Brain Topogr, 2004. 16(4): p. 233-8.

Publications by customers 51-60

51. Bromm, B., The involvement of the posterior cingulate gyrus in phasic pain processing of humans. Neurosci Lett, 2004. 361(1-3): p. 245-9.

52. Bast, T., et al., EEG and MEG source analysis of single and averaged interictal spikes reveals intrinsic epileptogenicity in focal cortical dysplasia. Epilepsia, 2004. 45(6): p. 621-31.

53. Restuccia, D., et al., Influence of cholinergic circuitries in generation of high-frequency somatosensory evoked potentials. Clin Neurophysiol, 2003. 114(8): p. 1538-48.

54. Nihashi, T., et al., Effect of tactile interference stimulation of the ear in human primary somatosensory cortex: a magnetoencephalographic study. Clin Neurophysiol, 2003. 114(10): p. 1866-78.

55. Dien, J., K.M. Spencer, and E. Donchin, Localization of the event-related potential novelty response as defined by principal components analysis. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res, 2003. 17(3): p. 637-50.

56. Caldara, R., et al., Face versus non-face object perception and the ‘other-race’ effect: a spatio-temporal event-related potential study. Clin Neurophysiol, 2003. 114(3): p. 515-28.

57. Santiago-Rodriguez, E., et al., EEG source localization of interictal epileptiform activity in patients with partial complex epilepsy: comparison between dipole modeling and brain distributed source models. Clin Electroencephalogr, 2002. 33(1): p. 42-7.

58. Restuccia, D., et al., Contribution of GABAergic cortical circuitry in shaping somatosensory evoked scalp responses: specific changes after single-dose administration of tiagabine. Clin Neurophysiol, 2002. 113(5): p. 656-71.

59. Gallinat, J., et al., Frontal and temporal dysfunction of auditory stimulus processing in schizophrenia. Neuroimage, 2002. 17(1): p. 110-27.

60. Beniczky, S., et al., Complex hallucinations following occipital lobe damage. Eur J Neurol, 2002. 9(2): p. 175-6.

Publications by customers 61-70

61. Beniczky, S., et al., Somatosensory evoked potentials correlate with genetics in Huntington’s disease. Neuroreport, 2002. 13(17): p. 2295-8.

62. Wang, L., R. Kakigi, and M. Hoshiyama, Neural activities during Wisconsin Card Sorting Test–MEG observation. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res, 2001. 12(1): p. 19-31.

63. Rojo, P., et al., [Localization of the epileptogenic zone by analysis of electroencephalographic dipole]. Rev Neurol, 2001. 32(4): p. 315-20.

64. Nihashi, T., et al., Representation of the ear in human primary somatosensory cortex. Neuroimage, 2001. 13(2): p. 295-304.

65. de Waele, C., et al., Vestibular projections in the human cortex. Exp Brain Res, 2001. 141(4): p. 541-51.

66. Preuss, U.W., et al., Possible association between loudness dependence of auditory evoked potentials and tryptophan hydroxylase-alleles in alcoholics. Addict Biol, 2000. 5(3): p. 297-305.

67. Pozo, M., et al., 19. Correlation between FDG PET data and EEG dipole modeling. Clin Positron Imaging, 2000. 3(4): p. 173.

68. Pouthas, V., et al., ERPs and PET analysis of time perception: spatial and temporal brain mapping during visual discrimination tasks. Hum Brain Mapp, 2000. 10(2): p. 49-60.

69. Gunji, A., R. Kakigi, and M. Hoshiyama, Spatiotemporal source analysis of vocalization-associated magnetic fields. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res, 2000. 9(2): p. 157-63.

70. Albrecht, R., W. Suchodoletz, and R. Uwer, The development of auditory evoked dipole source activity from childhood to adulthood. Clin Neurophysiol, 2000. 111(12): p. 2268-76.

Publications by customers 71-80

71. Watanabe, S., et al., Human face perception traced by magneto- and electro-encephalography. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res, 1999. 8(2): p. 125-42.

72. Preuss, U.W., et al., Late auditory evoked potentials (P300) do not discriminate between subgroups of alcohol-dependent patients defined by family history and antisocial personality traits. Eur J Med Res, 1999. 4(3): p. 114-20.

73. Picton, T.W., et al., Intracerebral sources of human auditory-evoked potentials. Audiol Neurootol, 1999. 4(2): p. 64-79.

74. Baudonniere, P.M., et al., Otolith-vestibular-evoked potentials in humans. Intensity, direction of acceleration (Z+, Z-), and BESA modeling of generators. Ann N Y Acad Sci, 1999. 871: p. 384-6.

75. Watanabe, S., et al., Pain processing traced by magnetoencephalography in the human brain. Brain Topogr, 1998. 10(4): p. 255-64.

76. Valeriani, M., et al., Dipolar sources of the early scalp somatosensory evoked potentials to upper limb stimulation. Effect of increasing stimulus rates. Exp Brain Res, 1998. 120(3): p. 306-15.

77. Thierry, G., B. Doyon, and J.F. Demonet, ERP mapping in phonological and lexical semantic monitoring tasks: A study complementing previous PET results. Neuroimage, 1998. 8(4): p. 391-408.

78. Tarkka, I.M. and D.S. Stokic, Source localization of P300 from oddball, single stimulus, and omitted-stimulus paradigms. Brain Topogr, 1998. 11(2): p. 141-51.

79. Reinvang, I., et al., Electrophysiological localization of brain regions involved in perceptual memory. Exp Brain Res, 1998. 123(4): p. 481-4.

870. Manganotti, P., et al., Scalp topography and source analysis of interictal spontaneous spikes and evoked spikes by digital stimulation in benign rolandic epilepsy. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1998. 107(1): p. 18-26.

Publications by customers 81-90

81. Ishiyama, Y., [The present and future of neurophysiological examination]. Rinsho Byori, 1998. 46(9): p. 879-86.

82. Valeriani, M., et al., The pathophysiology of giant SEPs in cortical myoclonus: a scalp topography and dipolar source modelling study. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1997. 104(2): p. 122-31.

83. Valeriani, M., et al., Dipolar generators of the early scalp somatosensory evoked potentials to tibial nerve stimulation in human subjects. Neurosci Lett, 1997. 238(1-2): p. 49-52.

84. Hoshiyama, M., et al., Activity in posterior parietal cortex following somatosensory stimulation in man: magnetoencephalographic study using spatio-temporal source analysis. Brain Topogr, 1997. 10(1): p. 23-30.

85. Hoshiyama, M., et al., Identification of motor and sensory brain activities during unilateral finger movement: spatiotemporal source analysis of movement-associated magnetic fields. Exp Brain Res, 1997. 115(1): p. 6-14.

86. Hegerl, U. and T. Frodl-Bauch, Dipole source analysis of P300 component of the auditory evoked potential: a methodological advance? Psychiatry Res, 1997. 74(2): p. 109-18.

87. Srisa-an, P., L. Lei, and I.M. Tarkka, Middle latency somatosensory evoked potentials: noninvasive source analysis. J Clin Neurophysiol, 1996. 13(2): p. 156-63.

88. Lantz, G., et al., Simultaneous intracranial and extracranial recording of interictal epileptiform activity in patients with drug resistant partial epilepsy: patterns of conduction and results from dipole reconstructions. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1996. 99(1): p. 69-78.

89. Gerloff, C., et al., Coregistration of EEG and fMRI in a simple motor task. Hum Brain Mapp, 1996. 4(3): p. 199-209.

90. Tarkka, I.M., et al., Electric source localization of the auditory P300 agrees with magnetic source localization. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1995. 96(6): p. 538-45.

Publications by customers 91-99

91. Rodin, E.A. and M.J. Rodin, Dipole sources of the human alpha rhythm. Brain Topogr, 1995. 7(3): p. 201-8.

92. Mulder, G., et al., The role of neuroimaging in the discovery of processing stages. A review. Acta Psychol (Amst), 1995. 90(1-3): p. 63-79.

93. Hartmann, A., et al., Changes in late auditory evoked potentials induced by growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) but not somatostatin (SRIF) after peripheral administration in male controls. Peptides, 1995. 16(4): p. 657-63.

94. Bromm, B. and A.C. Chen, Brain electrical source analysis of laser evoked potentials in response to painful trigeminal nerve stimulation. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1995. 95(1): p. 14-26.

95. Scherg, M. and J.S. Ebersole, Brain source imaging of focal and multifocal epileptiform EEG activity. Neurophysiol Clin, 1994. 24(1): p. 51-60.

96. Miltner, W., et al., A test of brain electrical source analysis (BESA): a simulation study. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1994. 91(4): p. 295-310.

97. Scherg, M. and H. Buchner, Somatosensory evoked potentials and magnetic fields: separation of multiple source activities. Physiol Meas, 1993. 14 Suppl 4A: p. A35-9.

98. Heuser-Link, M., et al., Eyeblinks evoke potentials in the occipital brain region. Neurosci Lett, 1992. 143(1-2): p. 31-4.

99. Scherg, M. and P. Berg, Use of prior knowledge in brain electromagnetic source analysis. Brain Topogr, 1991. 4(2): p. 143-50.