Sex di erences in the Human Connectome

@inproceedings{Kulkarni2012SexDE,
  title={Sex di erences in the Human Connectome},
  author={Vivek Kulkarni and Jagat Sastry Pudipeddi and Leman Akoglu and Joshua T. Vogelstein and R. Jacob Vogelstein and Sephira Ryman and Rex E. Jung},
  year={2012}
}
The human brain and the neuronal networks comprising it are of immense interest to the scienti c community. In this work, we focus on the structural connectivity of human brains, investigating sex di erences across male and female connectomes (brain-graphs) for the knowledge discovery problem Which brain regions exert di erences in connectivity across the two sexes? . One of our main ndings discloses the statistical di erence at the pars orbitalis of the connectome between sexes, which has been… CONTINUE READING

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