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Table 3 Seed-based analyses

From: The relationship between physical activity, apolipoprotein E ε4 carriage, and brain health

SeedmδTPAmδMVPA
ClusterAnterior (s1δTPA)Posterior (s2δTPA)Anterior (s1δMVPA)Posterior (s2δMVPA)
ROIsLeft cingulate gyrus, anterior part (10.5%)Left calcarine fissure and surrounding cortex (20%)Left middle frontal gyrus (11.8%)Left calcarine fissure and surrounding cortex (20%)
Left precentral gyrus (9.4%)Left cuneus (9.1%)
Left cingulate gyrus, medial part (50%)Left lingual gyrus (7.1%)Left superior frontal gyrus (18.5%)Left lingual gyrus (7.1%)
Left middle frontal gyrus (17.6%)Right calcarine fissure and surrounding cortex (50%)Left supplementary motor area (4.2%)Right calcarine fissure and surrounding cortex (16.7%)
Left paracentral lobule (33.3%)
Right lingual gyrus (22.2%)
Left precentral gyrus (15.6%)Right cuneus (30.8%)  
Left superior frontal gyrus (11.1%)Right lingual gyrus (33.3%)
Left supplementary motor area (50%)Right middle occipital lobe (17.6%)
Left superior frontal gyrus, medial (5.9%)Right middle temporal gyrus (5.4%)
  1. Each main cluster (mθTPA, mδTPA, and mδMVPA) whose functional connectivity strength (FC-st) was significantly correlated with PA was used as a seed in a seed-based analysis. Clusters in the delta band (mδTPA and mδMVPA) presented lower FC to two extra clusters each (s1δTPA, s2δTPA, s1δMVPA, and s2δMVPA). The regions of interest (ROIs) that are comprised in each additional cluster are presented. The percentage of each ROI captured by each cluster is presented in brackets