Cytoarchitectonic similarity is a wiring principle of the human connectome

@inproceedings{Goulas2016CytoarchitectonicSI,
  title={Cytoarchitectonic similarity is a wiring principle of the human connectome},
  author={Alexandros Goulas and Ren{\'e} Werner and Sarah F. Beul and Dennis S{\"a}ring and Martijn P. van den Heuvel and Lazaros C Triarhou and Claus C. Hilgetag},
  year={2016}
}
Understanding the wiring diagram of the human cerebral cortex is a fundamental challenge in neuroscience. Elemental aspects of its organization remain elusive. Here we examine which structural traits of cortical regions, particularly their cytoarchitecture and thickness, relate to the existence and strength of inter-regional connections. We use the architecture data from the classic work of von Economo and Koskinas and state-of-the-art diffusion-based connectivity data from the Human Connectome… CONTINUE READING

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