ARCTIC

ARCTIC (Automatic Regional Cortical ThICkness) is an end-to-end application developped at UNC-Chapel Hill allowing individual regional analysis of cortical thickness. This cross-platform tool can be run within Slicer3 as an external module, or directly as a command line.
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Category:Workflow
License:Apache License 2.0

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Localization and characterization of renal calcitonin receptors by in vitro autoradiography. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Cerebellar capillaries. Qualitative and quantitative observations in young and senile rats. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Brain aging in normotensive and hypertensive strains of rats. III. A quantitative study of cerebrovasculature. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Role of trabecular morphology in the etiology of age-related vertebral fractures. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Brief repeated umbilical cord occlusions cause sustained cytotoxic cerebral edema and focal infarcts in near-term fetal lambs. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Relationships between bone structure in the iliac crest and bone structure and strength in the lumbar spine. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Large juxtamedullary glomeruli and afferent arterioles in healthy primates. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Computer-based three-dimensional visualization of developmental gene expression. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Humans and great apes share a large frontal cortex. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017

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Protein 4.1N is required for translocation of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor type 1 to the basolateral membrane domain in polarized Madin-Darby canine kidney cells. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017