Brain network organization in the mouse lemur primatePosted By: Marc Dhenain - Jan 23, 2020
Tool/Resource: Functional organization of the mouse lemur Primate Microcebus murinus : from multilevel validation to comparison with humans
Brain network organization in the mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus) Primate.
(comparison with humans)
- Dictionary learning analysis in mouse lemurs and humans showing networks identified in these two species.
- Cerebral templates from mouse lemurs and humans (MNI template). They can be used to localize networks.
- A functional atlas of the mouse lemur brain issued from resting fMRI. Resting-state functional MR images were recorded from 14 mouse lemurs at 11.7 Tesla (2 time point per animal).
- An atlas from human brain (issued from http://www.gin.cnrs.fr/fr/outils/aal-aal...) that can be used to attribute human cerebral networks.
- Templates, atlases and networks can be easily observed together using ITK-SNAP (http://www.itksnap.org/).