Data from: Response to short-term deprivation of the human adult visual cortex measured with 7T BOLD

Paola Binda, Jan W. Kurzawski, Claudia Lunghi, Laura Biagi, Michela Tosetti & Maria Concetta Morrone
Sensory deprivation during the post-natal "critical period" leads to structural reorganization of the developing visual cortex. In adulthood, the visual cortex retains some flexibility and adapts to sensory deprivation. Here we show that short-term (2h) monocular deprivation in adult humans boosts the BOLD response to the deprived eye, changing ocular dominance of V1 vertices, consistent with homeostatic plasticity. The boost is strongest in V1, present in V2, V3 &V4 but absent in V3a and hMT+....
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