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Table 2 Core ROIs for depressed patients with probabilities as indicated

From: A new method to measure complexity in binary or weighted networks and applications to functional connectivity in the human brain

Grey matter Subject–subject and Group–group
ROIs (label) group–subject (left, right) (left, right)
  probability > 0.8 probability > 0.5
Frontal pole (1) x (l,r) x (l,r)
Insular cortex (2) x (l,r) x (l,r)
Superior frontal gyrus (3) x (l,r) x (l)
Middle frontal gyrus (4) x (l,r) x (l)
Precental gyrus (7) x (l,r)  
Superior temporal gyrus, x (l)  
anterior division (9)   
Superior temporal gyrus, x (l,r)  
posterior division (10)   
Inferior temporal gyrus, x (l,r)  
posterior division (15)   
Angular gyrus (21) x (l,r)  
Lateral occipital cortex, x (l,r)  
superior division (22)   
Juxtapositional lobule, x (l,r)  
cortex (26)   
Cingulate gyrus,   x (l)
anterior division (29)   
Preconeous cortex (31) x (l)  
Central operculum cortex (42) x (l,r)  
Planum polare (44) x (l,r)  
Heschl’s gyrus (45) x (l,r)  
Planum temporale (46) x (l,r)  
Amygdala (49) x (l,r)  
Putamen (52) x (l,r)  
Pallidum (53) x (l,r)