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Nociceptive Local Field Potentials Recorded from the Human Insula Are Not Specific for Nociception

Bibliographic reference Liberati, Giulia ; Klöcker, Anne ; Maia da Cunha Oliveira Safronova, Marta ; Ferrao Santos, Susana ; Ribeiro Vaz, José Géraldo ; et. al. Nociceptive Local Field Potentials Recorded from the Human Insula Are Not Specific for Nociception. In: PLoS Biology, Vol. 14, no. 1, p. e1002345 [1-18] (2016)
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