Warping an atlas derived from serial histology to 5 high-resolution MRIs

Published on 2018-06-15T09:24:41Z (GMT) by
The following collection consists of: 5 T1-weighted MR images (brain1-5), and an average of the 5 T1w images (model); 6 Surface-based representations of the left and right striatum, globus palidus and thalamus (obj); 6 atlases of the striatum, globus pallidus and thalamus for the 5 T1w and the model image; 5 full atlas label files (108 subcortical structures); 10 pseudo-MRIs for the 5 subjects (left and right hemisphere separate); 10 concatenated transforms registering the histologically-derived atlas to each T1w (left and right hemisphere separate) (xfm); 2 histologically-derived atlases with 108 subcortical structures delineated (left and right hemisphere separate); 2 histologically-derived atlases with the striatum, globus pallidus, and thalamus delineated (left and right hemisphere separate) (mask); 2 pseudo-MRIs of the histological segmentation (left and right hemisphere separate); 2 scripts for the nonlinear registation code to generate the full atlases (ANIMAL_script.sh) and final atlases of the striatum, globus pallidus, and thalamus (mask_script.sh). All MRIs, atlases and pseudo-MRIs are available in both MINC (http://www.bic.mni.mcgill.ca/ServicesSoftware/HomePage) and NIfTI (https://nifti.nimh.nih.gov/) format.

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Tullo, Stephanie; Devenyi, Gabriel Allan; Patel, Raihaan; Park, Min Tae M; Louis Collins, D.; Mallar Chakravarty, M. (2018): Warping an atlas derived from serial histology to 5 high-resolution MRIs. figshare. Collection.