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Influence of the normalization template on the outcome of statistical parametric mapping of PET scans
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Spatial normalization is an essential preprocessing step in statistical parametric mapping (SPM)-based analysis of PET scans. Expand
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Comparative evaluation of autofocus algorithms for a real‐time system for automatic detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
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A Comparative Evaluation of Autofocus Algorithms applied in the study of fluorescence‐labeled tuberculosis bacteria. Expand
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Multimodality image quantification using the Talairach grid
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We present an application of the widely accepted anatomical reference of the Talairach atlas as a system for semiautomatic segmentation and analysis of MRI and PET images. Expand
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Image Processing with ImageJ
Discover the incredible possibilities of ImageJ, from basic image processing to macro and plugin development Overview Learn how to process digital images using ImageJ and deal with a variety ofExpand
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Software architecture for multi-bed FDK-based reconstruction in X-ray CT scanners
Most small-animal X-ray computed tomography (CT) scanners are based on cone-beam geometry with a flat-panel detector orbiting in a circular trajectory. Image reconstruction in these systems isExpand
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A Novel Prior- and Motion-Based Compressed Sensing Method for Small-Animal Respiratory Gated CT
Low-dose protocols for respiratory gating in cardiothoracic small-animal imaging lead to streak artifacts in the images reconstructed with a Feldkamp-Davis-Kress (FDK) method. We propose a novelExpand
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Early neuromodulation prevents the development of brain and behavioral abnormalities in a rodent model of schizophrenia
The notion that schizophrenia is a neurodevelopmental disorder in which neuropathologies evolve gradually over the developmental course indicates a potential therapeutic window during whichExpand
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Comparison of Total Variation with a Motion Estimation Based Compressed Sensing Approach for Self-Gated Cardiac Cine MRI in Small Animal Studies
Purpose Compressed sensing (CS) has been widely applied to prospective cardiac cine MRI. The aim of this work is to study the benefits obtained by including motion estimation in the CS framework forExpand
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Features of the NIH atlas small animal PET scanner and its use with a coaxial small animal volume CT scanner
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ATLAS (Advanced Technology Laboratory Animal Scanner), a small animal PET scanner designed to image animals the size of rats and mice, is about to enter service on the NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland. Expand
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Statistical segmentation of multidimensional brain datasets
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This paper presents an automatic segmentation procedure for MRI neuroimages that overcomes part of the problems involved in multidimensional clustering techniques like partial volume effects (PVE), processing speed and difficulty of incorporating a priori knowledge. Expand
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