The effects of SIFT on the reproducibility and biological accuracy of the structural connectome

@article{Smith2015TheEO,
  title={The effects of SIFT on the reproducibility and biological accuracy of the structural connectome},
  author={Robert E. Smith and Jacques-Donald Tournier and Fernando Calamante and Alan Connelly},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2015},
  volume={104},
  pages={253-265}
}
Diffusion MRI streamlines tractography is increasingly being used to characterise and assess the structural connectome of the human brain. However, issues pertaining to quantification of structural connectivity using streamlines reconstructions are well-established in the field, and therefore the validity of any conclusions that may be drawn from these analyses remains ambiguous. We recently proposed a post-processing method entitled "SIFT: Spherical-deconvolution Informed Filtering of… CONTINUE READING

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