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Super-resolution track-density imaging studies of mouse brain: Comparison to histology
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The recently proposed track-density imaging (TDI) technique was introduced as a means to achieve super-resolution using diffusion MRI. Expand
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MRI-guided volume reconstruction of mouse brain from histological sections
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A method is presented for three-dimensional reconstruction of the mouse brain from histological sections with the guidance of magnetic resonance images (MRI). Expand
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Multiple non-cell-autonomous defects underlie neocortical callosal dysgenesis in Nfib-deficient mice
BackgroundAgenesis of the corpus callosum is associated with many human developmental syndromes. Key mechanisms regulating callosal formation include the guidance of axons arising from pioneeringExpand
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A Proteomics and Transcriptomics Investigation of the Venom from the Barychelid Spider Trittame loki (Brush-Foot Trapdoor)
Although known for their potent venom and ability to prey upon both invertebrate and vertebrate species, the Barychelidae spider family has been entirely neglected by toxinologists. In strikingExpand
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Towards higher sensitivity and stability of axon diameter estimation with diffusion‐weighted MRI
Diffusion‐weighted MRI is an important tool for in vivo and non‐invasive axon morphometry. The ActiveAx technique utilises an optimised acquisition protocol to infer orientationally invariant indicesExpand
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A segmentation protocol and MRI atlas of the C57BL/6J mouse neocortex
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The neocortex is the largest component of the mammalian cerebral cortex. Expand
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Prenatal pharmacotherapy rescues brain development in a Down's syndrome mouse model.
Intellectual impairment is a strongly disabling feature of Down's syndrome, a genetic disorder of high prevalence (1 in 700-1000 live births) caused by trisomy of chromosome 21. Accumulating evidenceExpand
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Longitudinal assessment of white matter pathology in the injured mouse spinal cord through ultra-high field (16.4T) in vivo diffusion tensor imaging
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This study examined the sensitivity of ultra-high field (16.4 T) diffusion tensor imaging (DTI; 70 μm in-plane resolution, 1mm slice thickness) to evaluate the spatiotemporal development of severe mid-thoracic contusive spinal cord injury (SCI) in mice. Expand
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Complement C5aR1 Signaling Promotes Polarization and Proliferation of Embryonic Neural Progenitor Cells through PKCζ
The complement system, typically associated with innate immunity, is emerging as a key controller of nonimmune systems including in development, with recent studies linking complement mutations withExpand
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MRI changes and complement activation correlate with epileptogenicity in a mouse model of temporal lobe epilepsy
The complex pathogenesis of temporal lobe epilepsy includes neuronal and glial pathology, synaptic reorganization, and an immune response. However, the spatio-temporal pattern of structural changesExpand
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