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Mapping grip force to motor networks

Ladina Weitnauer, Stefan Frisch, Lester Melie-Garcia, Martin Preisig, Matthias L. Schroeter, Ines Sajfutdinow, Ferath Kherif, Bogdan Draganski
2021 NeuroImage  
We tested if brain lesion mapping in patients with unilateral motor deficits can inform whole-brain structural connectivity analysis in healthy controls to uncover the networks underlying grip force.  ...  We interpret our covariance findings as a biological signature of brain networks implicated in grip force.  ...  In this study, we leveraged the 'lesion network mapping' strategy ( Fox, 2018 ) to investigate brain networks underlying grip force strength.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.117735 pmid:33454401 fatcat:264g7gonarbmfec2lb2kp7np7y

Parietofrontal network upregulation after motor stroke

M. Bönstrup, R. Schulz, G. Schön, B. Cheng, J. Feldheim, G. Thomalla, C. Gerloff
2018 NeuroImage: Clinical  
Particularly the parietofrontal task-induced coupling pattern was significantly and positively related to residual impairment in the Nine-Hole Peg Test performance and grip force.  ...  Compared to the frontal motor system, less is known about the parietal motor system's reconfiguration related to stroke recovery.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the German Research Foundation (SFB 936 C1 to CG, C2 to GT) and German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina (Fellowship programme grant number 57243032 to  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.nicl.2018.03.006 pmid:29876261 pmcid:PMC5987870 fatcat:unhvnq64jvhgfbwvryctstc2sm

Motor dexterity and strength depend upon integrity of the attention-control system

Paul Rinne, Mursyida Hassan, Cristina Fernandes, Erika Han, Emma Hennessy, Adam Waldman, Pankaj Sharma, David Soto, Robert Leech, Paresh A. Malhotra, Paul Bentley
2017 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Subsequently, we examined how motor and attention-control performance mapped to lesion location and cerebral functional connectivity.  ...  These results suggest that the salience network, and its attention-control function, are necessary for virtually all volitional motor acts while its damage contributes significantly to the cardinal motor  ...  The project was funded by an National Institute for Health Research-Imperial College London Biomedical Research Centre Project Award (to P.B.).  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1715617115 pmid:29284747 pmcid:PMC5776987 fatcat:3cjgsn23abcmdbyuscdklknxga

The effects of acute cortical somatosensory deafferentation on grip force control

Andrew G. Richardson, Mark A. Attiah, Jeffrey I. Berman, H. Isaac Chen, Xilin Liu, Milin Zhang, Jan Van der Spiegel, Timothy H. Lucas
2016 Cortex  
Grip force control involves mechanisms to adjust to unpredictable and predictable changes in loads during manual manipulation.  ...  In the first task, the subject was asked to maintain a constant grip force with and without visual feedback.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by National Institutes of Health grant K12NS080223 to T.H.L.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2015.10.007 pmid:26587914 pmcid:PMC4724548 fatcat:g3kzzmyp3rhfpgntx7oyilr2oq

Motor Cortex Reorganization and Impaired Function in the Transition to Sustained Muscle Pain

S. M. Schabrun, S. W. Christensen, N. Mrachacz-Kersting, T. Graven-Nielsen
2015 Cerebral Cortex  
Primary motor cortical (M1) adaptation has not been investigated in the transition to sustained muscle pain.  ...  Reorganization of M1 was evident at Day 4 and was characterized by increased map excitability.  ...  Figure 1 . 1 Clinical (McGill Pain Questionnaire, PRTEE, muscle soreness, pressure algometry, and grip force) and neurophysiological (resting and active motor threshold, motor cortical maps, intracortical  ... 
doi:10.1093/cercor/bhu319 pmid:25609242 fatcat:hdqpkwsns5frhfhualrilvmsom

Age-related changes in the neural correlates of motor performance

N. S. Ward
2003 Brain  
Hand grip with visual feedback activated a network of cortical and subcortical regions known to be involved in the generation of simple motor acts.  ...  These results support the notion that an adaptable and plastic motor network is able to respond to age-related degenerative changes in order to maintain performance levels.  ...  We chose to use hand grip, a ubiquitous motor task, and to modulate one aspect of the performance level of this task (i.e. peak force exerted during hand grip) by visual feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/awg071 pmid:12615645 pmcid:PMC3717766 fatcat:ogk2eaucojbnnppvcmqehyqvke

Planning of visually guided reach-to-grasp movements: Inference from reaction time and contingent negative variation (CNV)

Manuel Zaepffel, Thomas Brochier
2011 Psychophysiology  
Along with RT data, it confirms that two distinct functional networks are involved with different time courses in the planning of grip and force.  ...  We manipulated two parameters: the hand shape for grasping (precision grip or side grip) and the force required to pull the object (high or low).  ...  The map for the noninformative condition (NO) was subtracted from the maps for each informative condition (ALL, GRIP, FORCE). Color transitions in the color scales represent 1 mV steps.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-8986.2011.01277.x pmid:21895686 fatcat:pjyvbngbfvak7pe5hx6hmec3xe

Interhemispheric Cerebral Blood Flow Balance during Recovery of Motor Hand Function after Ischemic Stroke—A Longitudinal MRI Study Using Arterial Spin Labeling Perfusion

Roland Wiest, Eugenio Abela, John Missimer, Gerhard Schroth, Christian W. Hess, Matthias Sturzenegger, Danny J. J. Wang, Bruno Weder, Andrea Federspiel, Felix Schlachetzki
2014 PLoS ONE  
Recovery of grip force and manual dexterity was assessed with tasks requiring power and precision grips. Voxel-based analysis was performed to identify areas of significant CBF change.  ...  Results: Dexterity was more affected, and recovered at a slower pace than grip force.  ...  Hand motor function was assessed with two outcome variables, grip force and dexterity. Grip force was measured by hand dynamometry (HD) with a Jamar Dynamometer [29] .  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0106327 pmid:25191858 pmcid:PMC4156327 fatcat:pwepliwd7rg4nm2a3rlzkpolcy

Segregated and overlapping neural circuits exist for the production of static and dynamic precision grip force

Kristina A. Neely, Stephen A. Coombes, Peggy J. Planetta, David E. Vaillancourt
2011 Human Brain Mapping  
To that end, healthy young adults (n = 17) completed static and dynamic precision grip force tasks during functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).  ...  This study compared the neural circuits associated with the production of static force to those associated with the production of dynamic force pulses.  ...  increased mean grip force.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hbm.21467 pmid:22109998 pmcid:PMC3292669 fatcat:nor4lvt5l5dcnfuucdgow42uue

Shaping Early Reorganization of Neural Networks Promotes Motor Function after Stroke

L. J. Volz, A. K. Rehme, J. Michely, C. Nettekoven, S. B. Eickhoff, G. R. Fink, C. Grefkes
2016 Cerebral Cortex  
Higher levels of motor network connectivity were associated with better motor outcome.  ...  Hence, adding iTBS to prime physiotherapy in recovering stroke patients seems to interfere with motor network degradation, possibly reflecting alleviation of post-stroke diaschisis.  ...  This procedure controlled for interindividual differences in absolute grip force, which may considerably vary between patients (e.g., grip force of a well recovered patient might still be lower than grip  ... 
doi:10.1093/cercor/bhw034 pmid:26980614 pmcid:PMC4869817 fatcat:4kdgyqau2vholireep7dmzwepm

Seven Properties of Self-Organization in the Human Brain

Birgitta Dresp-Langley
2020 Big Data and Cognitive Computing  
grip force control.  ...  A specific example informed by empirical research is discussed to illustrate how modularity, adaptive learning, and dynamic network growth enable stable yet plastic somatosensory representation for human  ...  and fine grip force control.  ... 
doi:10.3390/bdcc4020010 fatcat:7rlxexlsybbgxnftiulmkbeviu

The cognitive neuroscience of prehension: recent developments

Scott T. Grafton
2010 Experimental Brain Research  
These include consideration of how parallel perceptual networks within parietal cortex, along with the ventral stream, are connected and share information to achieve common motor goals.  ...  Prehension, the capacity to reach and grasp, is the key behavior that allows humans to change their environment.  ...  Responses within motor cortex and cerebellum track monotonically with overall grip force (Keisker et al. 2009 ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00221-010-2315-2 pmid:20532487 pmcid:PMC2903689 fatcat:xd4umtodmfberpsm5zmgokt7d4

Enhanced Effective Connectivity Between Primary Motor Cortex and Intraparietal Sulcus in Well-Recovered Stroke Patients

Robert Schulz, Anika Buchholz, Benedikt M. Frey, Marlene Bönstrup, Bastian Cheng, Götz Thomalla, Friedhelm C. Hummel, Christian Gerloff
2016 Stroke  
and Purpose-Ischemic strokes with motor deficits lead to widespread changes in neural activity and interregional coupling between primary and secondary motor areas.  ...  Conclusions-The present analysis further adds to the understanding of the parietofrontal network of the ipsilesional hemisphere as a prominent circuit involved in plastic changes after stroke.  ...  The time series then entered network analysis using DCM to infer causal interactions among these frontal and parietal motor areas during hand grip.  ... 
doi:10.1161/strokeaha.115.011641 pmid:26742802 fatcat:egql2fg76be5jgj62tjzhys4mq

Brain Network Mechanisms Underlying Motor Enhancement by Transcranial Entrainment of Gamma Oscillations

Marius Moisa, Rafael Polania, Marcus Grueschow, Christian C. Ruff
2016 Journal of Neuroscience  
compensatory modulation within connected and functionally related brain networks.  ...  compensatory modulation within connected and functionally related brain networks.  ...  Inside the MR scanner, the participants performed a visually-guided motor task that required them to update their grip force to a different level once every second.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.2044-16.2016 pmid:27881788 fatcat:xpa2adl6kbhwrjg222cwwteq4a

Controlling instabilities in manipulation requires specific cortical-striatal-cerebellar networks

Kristine Mosier, Chad Lau, Yang Wang, Madhusudhan Venkadesan, Francisco J. Valero-Cuevas
2011 Journal of Neurophysiology  
Although cortical activity in fronto-parietal networks has been established for stable grip and pinch forces, the cortical regulation in the dexterous control of unstable objects remains unknown.  ...  Dexterous manipulation requires both strength, the ability to produce fingertip forces of a specific magnitude, and dexterity, the ability to dynamically regulate the magnitude and direction of fingertip  ...  In addition, we are thankful to Hans Forssberg for insightful comments and suggestions on the article. GRANTS This work was supported in part by grants (to F.  ... 
doi:10.1152/jn.00757.2010 pmid:21228301 pmcid:PMC3074419 fatcat:h23vb3llqbevbiltmtxl7umld4
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