Population-averaged diffusion tensor imaging atlas of the Sprague Dawley rat brain

  title={Population-averaged diffusion tensor imaging atlas of the Sprague Dawley rat brain},
  author={Jelle Veraart and Trygve B. Leergaard and Bj\ornar T. Antonsen and Wim Van Hecke and Ines Blockx and Ben Jeurissen and Yi Jiang and Annemarie van der Linden and G. Allan Johnson and Marleen Verhoye and Jan Sijbers},
Rats are widely used in experimental neurobiological research, and rat brain atlases are important resources for identifying brain regions in the context of experimental microsurgery, tissue sampling, and neuroimaging, as well as comparison of findings across experiments. Currently, most available rat brain atlases are constructed from histological material derived from single specimens, and provide two-dimensional or three-dimensional (3D) outlines of diverse brain regions and fiber tracts… CONTINUE READING


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