Dynamic Property of Network Centrality Revealed with Resting-state fMRI of Healthy Human Brain
Chunxiang Jiang 1 , Yanjun Diao 1 , Xiaojing Long 1 , Dai Shan 1 , Weiqi Liao 1 , and Lijuan Zhang* 1
Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology,
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
We explored the diurnal alteration of human brain in the
aspect of network degree centrality based on
resting-state functional magnetic resonance
imaging.Functional connectivity of human brain manifests
a dynamic property.The pattern of diurnal network
centrality provides an informative reference for
characterizing the functional substrate in
neuropsychological and psychiatric disorders that
circadian rhythm matters.
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