Fine-grained mapping of mouse brain functional connectivity with resting-state fMRI

@article{Mechling2014FinegrainedMO,
  title={Fine-grained mapping of mouse brain functional connectivity with resting-state fMRI},
  author={Anna E. Mechling and Neele S. H{\"u}bner and Hsu-Lei Lee and J{\"u}rgen Hennig and Dominik von Elverfeldt and Laura Harsan},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2014},
  volume={96},
  pages={203-15}
}
Understanding the intrinsic circuit-level functional organization of the brain has benefited tremendously from the advent of resting-state fMRI (rsfMRI). In humans, resting-state functional network has been consistently mapped and its alterations have been shown to correlate with symptomatology of various neurological or psychiatric disorders. To date, deciphering the mouse brain functional connectivity (MBFC) with rsfMRI remains a largely underexplored research area, despite the plethora of… CONTINUE READING
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