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n. pl. ne·o·cor·ti·ces (-tĭ-sēz′) or ne·o·cor·tex·es
The dorsal region of the cerebral cortex, especially large in primates, thought to have evolved more recently than other parts of the brain. Also called neopallium.

ne′o·cor′ti·cal (-tĭ-kəl) adj.


(Anatomy) anatomy of or pertaining to the neocortex
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Adj.1.neocortical - of or relating to the neocortex of the cerebrum
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Radial glia progenitors (rgps) are responsible for producing nearly all neocortical neurons and a certain fraction of cortical glia including astrocytes.
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Presynaptic plasticity in an immature neocortical network requires NMDA receptor activation and BDNF release.
sup][9],[10],[11],[12] At the pathological level, dementia in PD is thought to be a consequence of Lewy body accumulation in the neocortical and limbic system.
PART is characterized by NFT pathology in structures of the mesial temporal lobe, basal forebrain, and brainstem (Braak stages < IV) with minimal or no A[beta] or neocortical neuritic plaque pathologies.
Ellas son los modulos de reconocimiento de patrones neocortical para PRTM; ii) Los modulos de reconocimiento de patrones se conectan entre si durante todo el tiempo.
This dysfunction in information transfer may not be specific to the sensory cortex and may be observed in other neocortical areas including the prefrontal cortex, where circuit impairments can be associated with behavioral deficits in social interactions in patients with ASD.
3, 4, 7, 20 PC is controlled by interconnected neocortical areas which are responsible for nerve signal transmissions almost all over subcortical structures and sensory-motor systems.
Liu RS et al [13] studied 120 patients with chronic epilepsy and observed that focal and generalised neocortical atrophy commonly develops in chronic epilepsy and commented that the progressive neuronal loss may be an important factor in understanding epileptogenesis, neurocognitive impairment, Adverse Antiepileptic Drug (AED) effects and psychopathology in patients with seizure disorders.
The role of nitric oxide and GluR1 in presynaptic and postsynaptic components of neocortical potentiation.