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Resource:Rhesus Macaque Atlases for Functional and Structural Imaging Studies

Name: Resource:Rhesus Macaque Atlases for Functional and Structural Imaging Studies
Description: A set of multi-subject atlas templates to facilitate functional and structural imaging studies of the rhesus macaque. These atlases enable alignment of individual scans to improve localization and statistical power of the results, and allow comparison of results between studies and institutions. This population-average MRI-based atlas collection can be used with common brain mapping packages such as SPM or FSL.[1]
Abbreviation: Rhesus Macaque Atlases
Parent Organization: University of Wisconsin-Madison; Wisconsin; USA
Supporting Agency: Resource:Intramural Research Program, NIA
Grant: RR000167, AG11915, AG20013, GM007507, RR00163, AG029612
Resource Type(s): Atlas
Resource: Resource
URL: http://brainmap.wisc.edu/monkey.html
Id: nif-0000-33003
PMID: PMID 19059346
Availability: For free use by the neuroimaging community; however, we do ask that you please cite. This atlas is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
Keywords: magnetic resonance imaging, macaca mulatta, neuroscience, rhesus macaque, structure, neuroimaging, T1-weighted atlas, T2-weighted atlas, MRI, Brain, neuroanatomy
Organism: Rhesus monkey
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Curation status: Curated

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References

  1. McLaren DG et al. (2009) A population-average MRI-based atlas collection of the rhesus macaque. Neuroimage 45: 52-9 PubMed

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AbbrevRhesus Macaque Atlases  +
AvailabilityFor free use by the neuroimaging community; however  +, We do ask that you please cite. This atlas is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation  +, Either version 3 of the License  +, and Or (at your option) any later version.  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://brainmap.wisc.edu/monkey.html  +
DefinitionA set of multi-subject atlas templates to A set of multi-subject atlas templates to facilitate functional and structural imaging studies of the rhesus macaque. These atlases enable alignment of individual scans to improve localization and statistical power of the results, and allow comparison of results between studies and institutions. This population-average MRI-based atlas collection can be used with common brain mapping packages such as SPM or FSL. brain mapping packages such as SPM or FSL.
ExampleImageRhesus Macaque Atlases.PNG  +
GrantCategory:RR000167   +, Category:AG11915   +, Category:AG20013   +, Category:GM007507   +, Category:RR00163   +, and Category:AG029612   +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleAtlas  +
Idnif-0000-33003  +
Is part ofUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison; Wisconsin; USA  +
KeywordsMagnetic resonance imaging  +, Macaca mulatta  +, Neuroscience  +, Rhesus macaque  +, Structure  +, Neuroimaging  +, T1-weighted atlas  +, T2-weighted atlas  +, MRI  +, Brain  +, and Neuroanatomy  +
LabelResource:Rhesus Macaque Atlases for Functional and Structural Imaging Studies  +
ModifiedDate2 July 2013  +
PMID19059346  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
SpeciesRhesus monkey  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
Supporting AgencyResource:Intramural Research Program  +, and NIA  +