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Abstract #5392

Graph theoretical analysis of the modular organization of resting state functional connectivity in the rat

Stefano Tambalo1, Giulia Scuppa1, Carlo Nicolini1, Cecile Bordier1, and Angelo Bifone1

1Center for Neuroscience and Cognitive Systems, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Rovereto (TN), Italy

Modular organization of resting state functional connectivity has been demonstrated in human studies using graph theoretical approaches. Various methods, characterized by different resolutions, have enabled the investigation of the functional connectivity structure of the human brain at different scales. Here, we extend these approaches to the study of resting state connectivity in the rat, and demonstrate for the first time the existence of multi-scale, functionally segregated modules in this species.

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