Washington, February 6( ANI ): Mice can recover from physically debilitating strokes that damage the primary motor cortex - the region of the brain that controls most movement in the body - if the rodents are quickly subjected to physical conditioning that rapidly "rewires" a different part of the brain to take over lost function.
What does M1 stand for?
M1 stands for primary motor cortex (neurobiology)
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No primary motor cortex movement was found on the right side of the brain, as would be expected.
The C3 and C4 areas are located in the primary motor cortex area (M1) especially, near the hand area in the penfield somatotopic map , and this area is usually referenced electrode location of BCI system whose mental task is imagination of finger movements.
The primary motor cortex has a well-earned reputation as the brain's action center.
Afferent input into these nuclei is from the cerebral cortex, information being received from the primary motor cortex (Brodmann's area 4), primary sensory cortex (Brodmann's area 3, 1, 2), association cortex (Brodmann's area 5), premotor cortex (Brodmann's area 6), and supplementary cortex (Brodmann's area 6).
Results showed increases in task-related connectivity between the primary motor cortex and the posterior region of the brain's thalamus.