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  • English
    Authors: 
    Lingzhong Fan; Tianzi Jiang;
    Publisher: Science Data Bank
    Project: EC | HBP (604102), EC | HBP SGA1 (720270), NIH | Mapping the Human Connect... (3U54MH091657-03S1), NIH | META-ANALYSIS IN HUMAN BR... (5R01MH074457-03)

    The human brain atlases that allow correlating brain anatomy with psychological and cognitive functions are in transition from ex vivo histology-based printed atlases to digital brain maps providing multimodal in vivo information. Many current human brain atlases cover only specific structures, lack fine-grained parcellations, and fail to provide functionally important connectivity information. Using noninvasive multimodal neuroimaging techniques, we designed a connectivity-based parcellation framework that identifies the subdivisions of the entire human brain, revealing the in vivo connectivity architecture. The resulting human Brainnetome Atlas, with 210 cortical and 36 subcortical subregions, provides a fine-grained, cross-validated atlas and contains information on both anatomical and functional connections. Additionally, we further mapped the delineated structures to mental processes by reference to the BrainMap database. It thus provides an objective and stable starting point from which to explore the complex relationships between structure, connectivity, and function, and eventually improves understanding of how the human brain works. The human Brainnetome Atlas will be made freely available for download at http://atlas.brainnetome.org, so that whole brain parcellations, connections, and functional data will be readily available for researchers to use in their investigations into healthy and pathological states.

  • Research data . 2022
    English
    Authors: 
    Brainnetome;
    Publisher: Science Data Bank
    Project: EC | HBP SGA1 (720270), NIH | Mapping the Human Connect... (3U54MH091657-03S1), NIH | META-ANALYSIS IN HUMAN BR... (5R01MH074457-03), EC | HBP (604102)

    Novel methodologies and computerized brain mapping techniques will be developed to study the structure, function, and spatio-temporal changes in the human brain as well as the brains of non-human primates. The brainnetome atlas will be an in vivo map, with more fine-grained functional brain subregions and detailed anatomical and functional connection patterns for each area, which could help researchers to more accurately describe the locations of the activation or connectivity in the brain.At this stage, the brainnetome atlas will facilitate investigations of structure-function relationships, comparative neuroanatomical studies, and promises new biomarkers for diagnosis and clinical studies. In the next step of the construction of the brainnetome atlas, it will go local instead of global and dynamic instead of static, which will be along with the other brain mapping information, such as genetic expression patterns, connectivity patterns and the spatio-temporal dynamic changes during normal development and the aging process, or in different disease states.

  • Research data . 2022
    English
    Authors: 
    Polti, Ignacio; Nau, Matthias; Kaplan, Raphael; Van Wassenhove, Virginie; Doeller, Christian;
    Publisher: G-Node
    Project: EC | GEOCOG (724836)

    IsSupplementTo: Polti, I., Nau, M., Kaplan, R., van Wassenhove, V. & Doeller, C. F. (2022). Rapid encoding of task regularities in the human hippocampus guides sensorimotor timing. eLife 11:79027. (https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.79027) Raw data for the Time-To-Contact project.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Lajous, Hélène; Hilbert, Tom; Roy, Christopher W.; Ledoux, Jean-Baptiste; Dunet, Vincent; Koob, Mériam; Bach Cuadra, Meritxell;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | TRABIT (765148), EC | TRABIT (765148)

    This dataset gathers synthetic T2-weighted magnetic resonance (MR) images generated using FaBiAN, a Fetal Brain magnetic resonance Acquisition Numerical phantom that simulates fast spin echo (FSE) sequences of the developing fetal brain throughout gestation. This dataset is associated with the following paper: Lajous H. et al. (2022) A Fetal Brain magnetic resonance Acquisition Numerical phantom (FaBiAN). Scientific Reports. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-10335-4 This dataset provides images simulated by FaBiAN based on the specific implementation of FSE sequences by two MR vendors (Half-Fourier Acquisition Single-shot Turbo spin Echo (HASTE), Siemens Healthcare, and Single-Shot Fast Spin Echo (SS-FSE), GE Healthcare) at 1.5 T or 3 T. Automated brain tissue annotations of the low-resolution series and super-resolution (SR) reconstructions are also included. Works using any of these data should cite the following references: - Lajous, H. et al. A Fetal Brain magnetic resonance Acquisition Numerical phantom (FaBiAN). Scientific Reports (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-10335-4 - Lajous, H., Roy, C. W., Yerly, J. & Bach Cuadra, M. Medical-Image-Analysis-Laboratory/FaBiAN: FaBiAN v1.2 (1.2). Zenodo (2022). https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5471094 - Lajous, H. et al. Dataset A Fetal Brain magnetic resonance Acquisition Numerical phantom (FaBiAN). Zenodo (2022). https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6477946 Copyright (c) - All rights reserved. Medical Image Analysis Laboratory - Department of Radiology, Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV) and University of Lausanne (UNIL), Lausanne, Switzerland & CIBM Center for Biomedical Imaging. 2022. This work was supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation through grants 182602, 141283 and 173129. We acknowledge the expertise of the CIBM Center for Biomedical Imaging, a Swiss research center of excellence founded and supported by Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV), University of Lausanne (UNIL), Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), University of Geneva (UNIGE) and Geneva University Hospitals (HUG).

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    VassiaL;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | HBP SGA2 (785907), EC | HBP SGA2 (785907)

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/EPFL-LCN/pub-liakonilehmann2022_NeuroImage/commits/v0.1.0 Supplementary to "Brain signals of a Surprise-Actor-Critic model" by Liakoni and Lehmann et al. (2022): https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.118780

  • English
    Authors: 
    Formozov, Andrey; Chini, Mattia; Dieter, Alexander; Yang, Wei; P��pplau, Jastyn A.; Hanganu-Opatz, Ileana L.; Wiegert, J. Simon;
    Publisher: G-Node
    Project: EC | LIFE synapses (714762)

    IsSourceOf: Formozov A, Chini M, Dieter A, Yang W, P��pplau JA, Hanganu-Opatz IL, Wiegert JS (2022) Calcium imaging and electrophysiology of hippocampal activity under anesthesia and natural sleep in mice. G-Node. https://doi.org/10.12751/g-node.lkx6kk IsSupplementTo: Yang, W., Chini, M. et al. Anesthetics fragment hippocampal network activity, alter spine dynamics, and affect memory consolidation. PLoS biology, 19(4), e3001146. (https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3001146) Large-scale, annotated collection of 2-photon calcium imaging data in CA1 of the murine hippocampus under three distinct anesthetics (Isoflurane, Keta/Xyl and MMF), during natural sleep, and during wakefulness. IsDescribedBy: Formozov, A. et al. Calcium imaging and electrophysiology of hippocampal activity under anesthesia and natural sleep in mice. Scientific data. 2022.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Formozov, Andrey; Chini, Mattia; Dieter, Alexander; Yang, Wei; P��pplau, Jastyn A.; Hanganu-Opatz, Ileana L.; Wiegert, J. Simon;
    Publisher: G-Node
    Project: EC | LIFE synapses (714762)

    Large-scale, annotated collection of 2-photon calcium imaging data and electrophysiological recordings in CA1 of the murine hippocampus under three distinct anesthetics (Isoflurane, Keta/Xyl and MMF), during natural sleep, and during wakefulness. IsDerivedFrom: Formozov A, Chini M, Dieter A, Yang W, P��pplau JA, Hanganu-Opatz IL, Wiegert JS (2022) Calcium imaging of hippocampal activity under anesthesia and natural sleep in mice. G-Node. https://doi.org/10.12751/g-node.s549qk IsSupplementTo: Yang, W., Chini, M. et al. Anesthetics fragment hippocampal network activity, alter spine dynamics, and affect memory consolidation. PLoS biology, 19(4), e3001146. (https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3001146) IsDescribedBy: Formozov, A. et al. Calcium imaging and electrophysiology of hippocampal activity under anesthesia and natural sleep in mice. Scientific data. 2022.

  • Research data . Audiovisual . 2022
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    de Vito, Giuseppe; Turrini, Lapo; M��llenbroich, Caroline; Ricci, Pietro; Sancataldo, Giuseppe; Mazzamuto, Giacomo; Tiso, Natascia; Sacconi, Leonardo; Fanelli, Duccio; Silvestri, Ludovico; +2 more
    Publisher: Optica Publishing Group
    Project: EC | BrainBIT (692943)

    3D rendering of the lag map shown in Fig. 4a. The lag value is color-coded as specified by the color bar. Scale bar: 100 ��m.

  • Research data . Audiovisual . 2022
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    de Vito, Giuseppe; Turrini, Lapo; M��llenbroich, Caroline; Ricci, Pietro; Sancataldo, Giuseppe; Mazzamuto, Giacomo; Tiso, Natascia; Sacconi, Leonardo; Fanelli, Duccio; Silvestri, Ludovico; +2 more
    Publisher: Optica Publishing Group
    Project: EC | BrainBIT (692943)

    Volumetric recording of a single CRIW event shown as a selected subset of coronal sections. To produce the time lapse, original 16-bit depth images were converted into 8-bit and JPEG compressed. Scale bar: 100 ��m.

  • Research data . Audiovisual . 2022
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    de Vito, Giuseppe; Turrini, Lapo; M��llenbroich, Caroline; Ricci, Pietro; Sancataldo, Giuseppe; Mazzamuto, Giacomo; Tiso, Natascia; Sacconi, Leonardo; Fanelli, Duccio; Silvestri, Ludovico; +2 more
    Publisher: Optica Publishing Group
    Project: EC | BrainBIT (692943)

    3D rendering of the lag map shown in Fig. 4a. The lag value is color-coded as specified by the color bar. Scale bar: 100 ��m.

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