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Development of a high angular resolution diffusion imaging human brain template

NeuroImage

Jan 21, 2014

Anna VarentsovaKonstantinos Arfanakis

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Brain diffusion templates contain rich information about the microstructure of the brain, and are used as references in spatial normalization or in the development of brain atlases. The accuracy of diffusion templates constructed based on the diffusion tensor (DT) model is limited in re...read more

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Development of a high angular resolution diffusion imaging human brain template

NeuroImage

Jan 21, 2014

Anna VarentsovaKonstantinos Arfanakis

PMID: 24440528

DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2014.01.009

Abstract

Brain diffusion templates contain rich information about the microstructure of the brain, and are used as references in spatial normalization or in the development of brain atlases. The accuracy of diffusion templates constructed based on the diffusion tensor (DT) model is limited in re...read more

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Cerebellar Mossy Fibers
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Optical Image Reconstruction
Diffusion Tractography
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