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Intrinsically organized network for face perception during the resting state
We investigated 0.01-0.08Hz low-frequency fluctuations of BOLD-fMRI signals in the face and object-responsive regions during the resting-state and during face or object viewing tasks. By comparingExpand
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Altered topological patterns of brain networks in mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease: A resting-state fMRI study
Recent studies have shown that cognitive and memory decline in patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD) is coupled with losses of small-world attributes. However, few studies have investigated theExpand
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Fingerprint classification by a hierarchical classifier
TLDR
We propose a regularized orientation diffusion model for fingerprint orientation extraction and a hierarchical classifier for fingerprint classification in this paper. Expand
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Alterations of regional spontaneous neuronal activity and corresponding brain circuit changes during resting state in migraine without aura
Although previous resting‐state studies have reported abnormal functional cerebral changes in patients with migraine without aura (MwoA), few have focused on alterations in both regional spontaneousExpand
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DNA origami as an in vivo drug delivery vehicle for cancer therapy.
Many chemotherapeutics used for cancer treatments encounter issues during delivery to tumors in vivo and may have high levels of systemic toxicity due to their nonspecific distribution. VariousExpand
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Craving correlates with mesolimbic responses to heroin-related cues in short-term abstinence from heroin: An event-related fMRI study
Craving is an important factor in relapse to drug abuse, and cue-induced craving is an especially powerful form of this construct. Neuroimaging methods have been utilized to study drug cue-inducedExpand
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Cone beam x-ray luminescence computed tomography: a feasibility study.
PURPOSE The appearance of x-ray luminescence computed tomography (XLCT) opens new possibilities to perform molecular imaging by x ray. In the previous XLCT system, the sample was irradiated by aExpand
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Predicting subsequent relapse by drug‐related cue‐induced brain activation in heroin addiction: an event‐related functional magnetic resonance imaging study
  • Q. Li, W. Li, +15 authors Y. Liu
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Addiction biology
  • 1 September 2015
Abnormal salience attribution is implicated in heroin addiction. Previously, combining functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and a drug cue‐reactivity task, we demonstrated abnormal patternsExpand
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Abnormal resting brain activity in patients with functional dyspepsia is related to symptom severity.
BACKGROUND & AIMS Abnormal processing of visceral sensation at the level of the central nervous system is believed to be involved in functional dyspepsia. However, compared with studies ofExpand
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Polyprodrug amphiphiles: hierarchical assemblies for shape-regulated cellular internalization, trafficking, and drug delivery.
Solution self-assembly of block copolymers (BCPs) typically generates spheres, rods, and vesicles. The reproducible bottom-up fabrication of stable planar nanostructures remains elusive due to theirExpand
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