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Mapping longitudinal hemispheric structural asymmetries of the human cerebral cortex from birth to 2 years of age.
Mapping cortical hemispheric asymmetries in infants would increase our understanding of the origins and developmental trajectories of hemispheric asymmetries. We analyze longitudinal cortical… Expand
Mapping region-specific longitudinal cortical surface expansion from birth to 2 years of age.
The human cerebral cortex develops rapidly and dynamically in the first 2 years of life. It has been shown that cortical surface expansion from term infant to adult is highly nonuniform in a… Expand
Axonal fiber terminations concentrate on gyri.
Convoluted cortical folding and neuronal wiring are 2 prominent attributes of the mammalian brain. However, the macroscale intrinsic relationship between these 2 general cross-species attributes, as… Expand
Longitudinal development of cortical thickness, folding, and fiber density networks in the first 2 years of life
Quantitatively characterizing the development of cortical anatomical networks during the early stage of life plays an important role in revealing the relationship between cortical structural… Expand
A computational growth model for measuring dynamic cortical development in the first year of life.
- Jingxin Nie, G. Li, L. Wang, J. Gilmore, W. Lin, Dinggang Shen
- Medicine, Psychology
- Cerebral cortex
- 1 October 2012
Human cerebral cortex develops extremely fast in the first year of life. Quantitative measurement of cortical development during this early stage plays an important role in revealing the relationship… Expand
Spatiotemporal Uptake Characteristics of F-2-Fluoro-2-Deoxy-D-Glucose in a Rat Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion Model
Background and Purpose— Alterations of cerebral glucose metabolism are well anticipated during cerebral ischemia. However, detailed spatiotemporal characteristics of disturbed cerebral glucose… Expand
Different Developmental Pattern of Brain Activities in ADHD: A Study of Resting-State fMRI
There are distinct symptoms for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at different ages. To explore the developmental mechanism of ADHD from childhood to adolescence, patients from… Expand
Different memory patterns of digits: a functional MRI study
BackgroundPsychological investigations and functional imaging technology have been used to describe neural correlations of different types of memory with various stimuli. Memory with limited storage… Expand
Title Knowledge-Guided Robust MRI Brain Extraction for Diverse Large-Scale Neuroimaging Studies on Humans and Non-Human Primates
Accurate and robust brain extraction is a critical step in most neuroimaging analysis pipelines. In particular, for the largescale multi-site neuroimaging studies involving a significant number of… Expand
Exploring functional brain activity in neonates: A resting-state fMRI study
- Ziyi Huang, Q. Wang, Senyu Zhou, Chao Tang, Fa Yi, Jingxin Nie
- Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
- 27 August 2020
The human brain is born with a certain maturity, but quantitatively measuring the maturation and development of functional brain activity in neonates remains a topic of vigorous scientific research,… Expand