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Neuroimaging studies are increasingly performed in macaque species, including the pig-tailed macaque (Macaca nemestrina). At times experimental questions can be answered by analysis of functional images in individual subjects and reference to a structural image in that subject. However, coregistration of functional brain images across many subjects offers(More)
Coregistration of functional brain images across many subjects offers several experimental advantages and is widely used for studies in humans. Voxel-based coregistration methods require a high-quality 3-D template image, preferably one that corresponds to a published atlas. Template images are available for human, but we could not find an appropriate(More)
PET imaging studies of the role of the dopamine D2 receptor family in movement and neuropsychiatric disorders are limited by the use of radioligands that have near-equal affinities for D2 and D3 receptor subtypes and are susceptible to competition with endogenous dopamine. By contrast, the radioligand [¹⁸F]N-methylbenperidol ([¹⁸F]NMB) has high selectivity(More)
in press). Correlation between decreased cerebrospinal fluid levels of α-synuclein and Aβ1-42 in Parkinson disease. Neurobiology of Aging. Striatal dopamine D1-like receptor binding is unchanged in primary focal dystonia. of midbrain positron emission tomography measures for nigrostriatal neurons in macaques. et al. Cerebral blood flow responses to dorsal(More)
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