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For example, w when TMS is dellivered mulus interval of 1–4 ms, the first pulse suppressses the to motor cortex wiith an inter-stim mplitude of the motor m potential ev voked by the seccond pulse, consiistent with intraccortical am inh hibition. Howeveer, with intervalss of 8–15 ms, th he second pulse evokes a larger motor po otential than an equivalent singlee-pulse TMS, co onsistent with in ntra-cortical faciliitation. An nother common setup s is the double-coil wherein th he TMS pulse is aapplied simultan neously thrrough two coils positioned p in two different brain n regions; it has b been used for stu udying inttra-cortical interaactions and for co omparing the pro ocessing times of different brain reegions.