Magnetic resonance imaging of cortical connectivity <ce:italic>in vivo</ce:italic>

  title={Magnetic resonance imaging of cortical connectivity <ce:italic>in vivo</ce:italic>},
  author={Santiago Canals and Michael Beyerlein and A. L. Keller and Yusuke Murayama and Nikos K. Logothetis},
Magnetic resonance imaging of neuronal connectivity in vivo opens up the possibility of performing longitudinal investigations on neuronal networks. This is one main reason for the attention that paramagnetic ion manganese (Mn2+) has attracted as a potential anterograde neuronal tracer for MRI experiments. However, the correct and possibly repeated use of this tracer--or of any tracer for that matter, including heavy metals--requires the development of an administration strategy that minimizes… CONTINUE READING


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