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Fig. 1 | BMC Neuroscience

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From: Abnormal resting-state cerebral-limbic functional connectivity in bipolar depression and unipolar depression

Fig. 1

a Functional connectivity differences between bipolar depression (BD) and healthy controls (HCs). b Functional connectivity differences between unipolar depression (UD) patients and healthy controls (HCs). The red lines indicate links that are decreased in networks of the BD patients compared to HCs groups, while blue lines are links that are decreased in UD compared to HCs groups. The widths of the lines are proportional to the mean strength of functional connections value. Based on our prior work [45], functional connectivity was mapped on six communities corresponding to six resting-state networks (RSN): RSN1-default mode network (DMN), RSN2-attention network, RSN3-visual recognition network, RSN4-auditory network, RSN5-sensory-motor areas, RSN6-subcortical network

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