Vascular autorescaling of fMRI (VasA fMRI) improves sensitivity of population studies : A pilot study

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Kazan, Samira M.; Mohammadi, Siawoosh; Callaghan, Martina F.; Flandin, Guillaume; Huber, Laurentius; Leech, Robert; Kennerley, Aneurin; Windischberger, Christian; Weiskopf, Nikolaus;
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Journal: volume 124,issue Pt A,pages794-805issn: 1053-8119, eissn: 1095-9572
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.09.033, pmc: PMC4655941
  • Subject: Neurosciences | Neurosciences & Neurology | 1.5 T | ALFF | Vascularization differences | CEREBRAL-BLOOD-FLOW | OXIDATIVE-METABOLISM | NEURAL ACTIVITY | Neurology & Neurosurgery | BOLD SIGNAL | HUMAN-BRAIN | 2808 | HEMODYNAMIC-RESPONSE | RESTING-STATE FMRI | 2805 | Group analysis | Neurology | Autorescaling | 17 Psychology And Cognitive Sciences | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Radiology, Nuclear Medicine & Medical Imaging | Article | Neuroimaging | FUNCTIONAL MRI | BOLD fMRI | Science & Technology | HUMAN CONNECTOME PROJECT | 11 Medical And Health Sciences | Cognitive Neuroscience
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The blood oxygenation level-dependent (BOLD) signal is widely used for functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) of brain function in health and disease. The statistical power of fMRI group studies is significantly hampered by high inter-subject variance due to diffe... View more
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