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This paper describes the non-commercial software system LIPSIA that was developed for the processing of functional magnetic resonance images (fMRI) of the human brain. The analysis of fMRI data comprises various aspects including filtering, spatial transformation, statistical evaluation as well as segmentation and visualization. In LIPSIA, particular(More)
Increasing amounts of genes have been shown to utilize alternative polyadenylation (APA) 3'-processing sites depending on the cell and tissue type and/or physiological and pathological conditions at the time of processing, and the construction of genome-wide database regarding APA is urgently needed for better understanding poly(A) site selection and(More)
The human brain atlases that allow correlating brain anatomy with psychological and cognitive functions are in transition from ex vivo histology-based printed atlases to digital brain maps providing multimodal in vivo information. Many current human brain atlases cover only specific structures, lack fine-grained parcellations, and fail to provide(More)
Characterizing spatial and temporal variations of PM pollution is critical for a thorough understanding of its formation, transport and accumulation in the atmosphere. In this study, Aerosol Optical Thickness (AOT) data retrieved from a Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) were used to investigate the spatial and temporal variations of PM(More)
1. INTRODUCTION From 1998 to the end of 2007, over 9 years, Beijing municipal government implemented 13 stages and more than 200 measures to reduce the pollutant emission from motor vehicles, coal fire units, construction sites and industrial pollution sites. Through such efforts, the days meeting the relevant standard has increased from 100 to 246 days.(More)