Structural Connectivity

Definition: Structural connectivity is the set of physical or structural (synaptic) connections linking neuronal units across the central nervous system. Structural connectivity data can range over multiple spatial scales, from local circuits to large-scale networks of inter-regional pathways.Definition: Structural connectivity is the set of physical or structural (synaptic) connections linking neuronal units across the central nervous system. Structural connectivity data can range over multiple spatial scales, from local circuits to large-scale networks of inter-regional pathways.

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Synonym: Anatomical Connectivity

References: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tics.2004.07.008

Related terms: Functional Connectivity (FC), Effective Connectivity (EC), Dynamic Functional Connectivity (dFC), Background functional connectivity (bFC)  

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