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NOTE MIST : A multi-resolution parcellation of functional brain networks

  title={NOTE MIST : A multi-resolution parcellation of functional brain networks},
  • Bellec
  • Published 2018
  • Environmental Science
Functional brain connectomics investigates functional connectivity between distinct brain parcels. There is an increasing interest to investigate connectivity across several levels of spatial resolution, from networks down to localized areas. Here we present the Multiresolution Intrinsic Segmentation Template (MIST), a multi-resolution parcellation of the cortical, subcortical and cerebellar gray matter. We provide annotated functional parcellations at nine resolutions from 7 to 444 functional… 

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