Robust joint registration of multiple stains and MRI for multimodal 3D histology reconstruction: Application to the Allen human brain atlas

uploaded by Adrià Casamitjana on 2021-03-29 - about 1 month ago
last modified on 2021-03-29 - about 1 month ago
authored by Adria Casamitjana, Marco Lorenzi, Sebastiano Ferraris, Loïc Peter, Marc Modat, Allison Stevens, Bruce Fischl, Eugenio Iglesias
28133303

OpenNeuro Accession Number: ds003590
Files: 5, Size: 15.08MB, Subject: 1, Session: 1
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Available Modalities: T2w

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This repository contains the following files:

BIDS Directory Structure

Raw MRI volumes (T2w) at 7T sub-01/ses-7T/anat/ - MRI volume from the Allen Human Brain Atlas used as the reference for 3D histology reconstruction

Reconstructed MRI and histological data in subject space at 0.25mm isotropic derivatives/historecon/sub-01/sub-01res-0.25

Corresponding MNI coordinates form the reconstructed volumes (4D volume with RAS/image coordinates). These files lie on the space of the histology reconstructions, thus, opening it on top of any of the reconstructed contrasts will directly give the image indices on MNI space

derivatives/mni-coordinates/sub-01/mni.coords.ijk.nii.gz
derivatives/mni-coordinates/sub-01/mni.coords.ijk.nii.gz

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Authors

  • Adria Casamitjana
  • Marco Lorenzi
  • Sebastiano Ferraris
  • Loïc Peter
  • Marc Modat
  • Allison Stevens
  • Bruce Fischl
  • Eugenio Iglesias

Dataset DOI

10.18112/openneuro.ds003590.v1.0.0

License

CC0

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Adria Casamitjana and Marco Lorenzi and Sebastiano Ferraris and Loïc Peter and Marc Modat and Allison Stevens and Bruce Fischl and Eugenio Iglesias (2021). Robust joint registration of multiple stains and MRI for multimodal 3D histology reconstruction: Application to the Allen human brain atlas. OpenNeuro. [Dataset] doi: 10.18112/openneuro.ds003590.v1.0.0
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Robust joint registration of multiple stains and MRI for multimodal 3D histology reconstruction: Application to the Allen human brain atlas

uploaded by Adrià Casamitjana on 2021-03-29 - about 1 month ago
last modified on 2021-03-29 - about 1 month ago
authored by Adria Casamitjana, Marco Lorenzi, Sebastiano Ferraris, Loïc Peter, Marc Modat, Allison Stevens, Bruce Fischl, Eugenio Iglesias
28133303

OpenNeuro Accession Number: ds003590
Files: 5, Size: 15.08MB, Subject: 1, Session: 1
No Available Tasks
Available Modalities: T2w

README

This repository contains the following files:

BIDS Directory Structure

Raw MRI volumes (T2w) at 7T sub-01/ses-7T/anat/ - MRI volume from the Allen Human Brain Atlas used as the reference for 3D histology reconstruction

Reconstructed MRI and histological data in subject space at 0.25mm isotropic derivatives/historecon/sub-01/sub-01res-0.25

Corresponding MNI coordinates form the reconstructed volumes (4D volume with RAS/image coordinates). These files lie on the space of the histology reconstructions, thus, opening it on top of any of the reconstructed contrasts will directly give the image indices on MNI space

derivatives/mni-coordinates/sub-01/mni.coords.ijk.nii.gz
derivatives/mni-coordinates/sub-01/mni.coords.ijk.nii.gz

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Authors

  • Adria Casamitjana
  • Marco Lorenzi
  • Sebastiano Ferraris
  • Loïc Peter
  • Marc Modat
  • Allison Stevens
  • Bruce Fischl
  • Eugenio Iglesias

Dataset DOI

10.18112/openneuro.ds003590.v1.0.0

License

CC0

Acknowledgements

How to Acknowledge

Funding

References and Links

Ethics Approvals

How To Cite

Copy
Adria Casamitjana and Marco Lorenzi and Sebastiano Ferraris and Loïc Peter and Marc Modat and Allison Stevens and Bruce Fischl and Eugenio Iglesias (2021). Robust joint registration of multiple stains and MRI for multimodal 3D histology reconstruction: Application to the Allen human brain atlas. OpenNeuro. [Dataset] doi: 10.18112/openneuro.ds003590.v1.0.0
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