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1974 13
1975 39
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1977 14
1978 26
1979 62
1980 53
1981 21
1982 55
1983 34
1984 32
1985 28
1986 20
1987 25
1988 38
1989 53
1990 76
1991 77
1992 73
1993 63
1994 69
1995 90
1996 134
1997 174
1998 188
1999 202
2000 168
2001 241
2002 326
2003 479
2004 498
2005 711
2006 882
2007 958
2008 1143
2009 1260
2010 1385
2011 1754
2012 1624
2013 1634
2014 1662
2015 1650
2016 1813
2017 1821
2018 1837
2019 790
2020 2
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Resting state fMRI: A review on methods in resting state connectivity analysis and resting state networks.
Smitha KA, et al. Neuroradiol J 2017 - Review. PMID 28353416 Free PMC article.
However, different statistical methods have been introduced to study resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging connectivity, yet producing consistent results. In this article, we introduce the concept of resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging in detail, then discuss three most widely used methods for analysis, describe a few of the resting state networks featuring the brain regions, associated cognitive functions and clinical applications of resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging. ...
However, different statistical methods have been introduced to study resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging connectivity …
A Complete Electron Microscopy Volume of the Brain of Adult Drosophila melanogaster.
Zheng Z, et al. Cell 2018. PMID 30033368 Free PMC article.
Its 100,000-neuron brain is a large but tractable target for comprehensive neural circuit mapping. Only electron microscopy (EM) enables complete, unbiased mapping of synaptic connectivity; however, the fly brain is too large for conventional EM. ...These reconstructions show that this freely available EM volume supports mapping of brain-spanning circuits, which will significantly accelerate Drosophila neuroscience. ...
Its 100,000-neuron brain is a large but tractable target for comprehensive neural circuit mapping. Only electron microscopy (E …
Multi-Atlas Based Methods in Brain MR Image Segmentation.
Sun L, et al. Chin Med Sci J 2019. PMID 31315752
To address these issues, many multi-atlas based segmentation methods are proposed for brain ROI segmentation in the last decade. In this paper, multi-atlas based methods for brain MR image segmentation were reviewed regarding several registration toolboxes which are widely used in the multi-atlas methods, conventional methods for label fusion, datasets that have been used for evaluating the multi-atlas methods, as well as the applications of multi-atlas based segmentation in clinical researches. ...
To address these issues, many multi-atlas based segmentation methods are proposed for brain ROI segmentation in the last decad …
Mapping how local perturbations influence systems-level brain dynamics.
Gollo LL, et al. Neuroimage 2017 - Review. PMID 28126550
The human brain exhibits a distinct spatiotemporal organization that supports brain function and can be manipulated via local brain stimulation. ...Here, we briefly review empirical and computational studies addressing how localized perturbations affect brain activity. We then systematically analyze a model of large-scale brain dynamics, assessing how localized changes in brain activity at the different sites affect whole-brain dynamics. ...
The human brain exhibits a distinct spatiotemporal organization that supports brain function and can be manipulated via local …
Non-invasive brain mapping in epilepsy: Applications from magnetoencephalography.
Hamandi K, et al. J Neurosci Methods 2016 - Review. PMID 26642968
RESULTS: The idea of epilepsy as a network disorder is not new, and new applications of structural and functional brain imaging show differences in cortical and subcortical networks in patients with epilepsy compared to controls. ...
RESULTS: The idea of epilepsy as a network disorder is not new, and new applications of structural and functional brain imaging show …
A Network Model of the Emotional Brain.
Pessoa L. Trends Cogn Sci 2017 - Review. PMID 28363681 Free PMC article.
Emotion is often understood in terms of a circumscribed set of cortical and subcortical brain regions. I propose, instead, that emotion should be understood in terms of large-scale network interactions spanning the entire neuroaxis. I describe multiple anatomical and functional principles of brain organization that lead to the concept of 'functionally integrated systems', cortical-subcortical systems that anchor the organization of emotion in the brain. ...
Emotion is often understood in terms of a circumscribed set of cortical and subcortical brain regions. I propose, instead, that emoti …
Functional and effective connectivity: a review
Friston KJ. Brain Connect 2011 - Review. PMID 22432952
One might envisage that over the next 20 years the neuroimaging of distributed processing and connectivity will play a major role in disclosing the brain's functional architecture and operational principles. The inception of this journal has been foreshadowed by an ever-increasing number of publications on functional connectivity, causal modeling, connectomics, and multivariate analyses of distributed patterns of brain responses. ...
One might envisage that over the next 20 years the neuroimaging of distributed processing and connectivity will play a major role in disclos …
Dynamic brain mapping methodology and application.
Itil TM, et al. Int J Psychophysiol 1991 - Review. PMID 2010323
Brain mapping has opened important perspectives for the neurophysiological evaluation of patients, for the discrimination of drug effects on the brain and for the study of the relationship between the brain and behavior. ...Prospective studies are, however, required to validate the use of brain mapping in each of these new areas. Spatial analysis is the original goal of brain mapping. ...
Brain mapping has opened important perspectives for the neurophysiological evaluation of patients, for the discrimination of d
Function-specific and Enhanced Brain Structural Connectivity Mapping via Joint Modeling of Diffusion and Functional MRI.
Chu SH, et al. Sci Rep 2018. PMID 29549287 Free PMC article.
A joint structural-functional brain network model is presented, which enables the discovery of function-specific brain circuits, and recovers structural connections that are under-estimated by diffusion MRI (dMRI). ...In contrast to correlation-based or independent component analysis (ICA) functional connectivity mapping, detailed anatomical connectivity patterns are revealed for each functional module. ...
A joint structural-functional brain network model is presented, which enables the discovery of function-specific brain circuit …
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