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Correspondence between structure and function in the human brain at rest

Judith M. Segall, Elena A. Allen, Rex E. Jung, Erik B. Erhardt, Sunil K. Arja, Kent Kiehl, Vince D. Calhoun
2012 Frontiers in Neuroinformatics  
and Calhoun VD (2012) Correspondence between structure and function in the human brain at rest. Front. Neuroinform. 6:10.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank Sergey Plis and Eswar Damarju with their help generating figures and tables.  ...  This research was supported by NIH 1R01-EB006841, NIH 1R01-EB005846, NIH 2R01-EB000840, NIH 1 P20 RR021938-01, and DOE DE-FG02-08ER64581 (PI: Calhoun).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fninf.2012.00010 pmid:22470337 pmcid:PMC3313067 fatcat:roonvha2qzgx3hsoueh5f4x65u

A systematic review on the quantitative relationship between structural and functional network connectivity strength in mammalian brains

Milou Straathof, Michel RT Sinke, Rick M Dijkhuizen, Willem M Otte
2018 Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism  
We obtained an overview of recent papers that report on correspondences between quantitative functional and structural connectivity measures in the mammalian brain.  ...  However, methodological differences between the included studies complicate the comparison across studies, which emphasize the need for validation and standardization in brain structure-function studies  ...  Acknowledgments This paper reflects only the author's views and the European Union is not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0271678x18809547 pmid:30375267 pmcid:PMC6360487 fatcat:rl42rz4by5exfmdj7piiv5jlaq

Network attributes for segregation and integration in the human brain

Olaf Sporns
2013 Current Opinion in Neurobiology  
An emerging focus is the shifting balance between segregation and integration over time, which manifest in continuously changing patterns of functional interactions between regions, circuits and systems  ...  The clustered connectivity of network communities supports functional segregation and specialization.  ...  Acknowledgement The author acknowledges support by the JS McDonnell Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.conb.2012.11.015 pmid:23294553 fatcat:a54naz5o3jbuznysx6thc6d5q4

Cerebral cartography and connectomics

O. Sporns
2015 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
whole-brain connectivity to cellular-scale networks, and the mapping of structure/function relations in empirical recordings and computational models.  ...  Cerebral cartography and connectomics pursue similar goals in attempting to create maps that can inform our understanding of the structural and functional organization of the cortex.  ...  Correspondence between patterns of structural and functional connectivity has also been observed at the whole-brain level.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2014.0173 pmid:25823870 pmcid:PMC4387514 fatcat:p43fa5pg4vg7zg2wlbh6dkh5vm

Large-scale topology and the default mode network in the mouse connectome

James M. Stafford, Benjamin R. Jarrett, Oscar Miranda-Dominguez, Brian D. Mills, Nicholas Cain, Stefan Mihalas, Garet P. Lahvis, K. Matthew Lattal, Suzanne H. Mitchell, Stephen V. David, John D. Fryer, Joel T. Nigg (+1 others)
2014 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
in mice relate back to humans. connectivity | mouse | resting-state functional MRI | structural connectivity | default mode network U nderstanding the functional architecture of brain systems in both  ...  We show the presence of a potential DMN in the mouse brain both structurally and functionally.  ...  We thank Lydia Ng of the Allen Institute for Brain Sciences for providing scripts for extracting raw data from the structural connectome database.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1404346111 pmid:25512496 pmcid:PMC4284535 fatcat:keuknexlnbfo5lbri7hi4amas4

How anatomy shapes dynamics: a semi-analytical study of the brain at rest by a simple spin model

Gustavo Deco, Mario Senden, Viktor Jirsa
2012 Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience  
We hypothesize therefore that human brain connectivity developed a scale free type of architecture in order to be able to store a large number of different and flexibly accessible brain functions.  ...  The multistable attractor landscape thus defines a functionally meaningful dynamic repertoire of the brain network that is inherently present in the neuroanatomical connectivity.  ...  The human brain is structured into a large number of areas, in which information and computation are highly segregated, but then again are functionally integrated during normal brain function.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fncom.2012.00068 pmid:23024632 pmcid:PMC3447303 fatcat:cungjvymcfeqxavljawrche4pa

Centralized and distributed cognitive task processing in the human connectome [article]

Enrico Amico, Alex Arenas, Joaquin Goni
2018 arXiv   pre-print
A key question in modern neuroscience is how cognitive changes in a human brain can be quantified and captured by functional connectomes (FC) .  ...  Here we propose a framework, based on the concept of Jensen-Shannon divergence, to map the task-rest connectivity distance between tasks and resting-state FC.  ...  In brain network models, nodes correspond to grey-matter regions (based on brain atlases or parcellations) while links or edges correspond to structural or functional connections.  ... 
arXiv:1802.00334v3 fatcat:nt3ujeja5rdchgjjzjxrk7ehgm

Mapping hybrid functional-structural connectivity traits in the human connectome [article]

Enrico Amico, Joaquín Goñi
2018 arXiv   pre-print
One of the crucial questions in neuroscience is how a rich functional repertoire of brain states relates to its underlying structural organization.  ...  How to study the associations between these structural and functional layers is an open problem that involves novel conceptual ways of tackling this question.  ...  Discussion The investigation of the interaction between structural and functional connectivity layers in large-scale human brain networks is one of the current challenges in brain connectomics (Falcon  ... 
arXiv:1710.02199v3 fatcat:pctl2jbilfeuppantgjh3shcwm

Mapping hybrid functional-structural connectivity traits in the human connectome

Enrico Amico, Joaquín Goñi
2018 Network Neuroscience  
One of the crucial questions in neuroscience is how a rich functional repertoire of brain states relates to its underlying structural organization.  ...  How to study the associations between these structural and functional layers is an open problem that involves novel conceptual ways of tackling this question.  ...  Visualizing task-sensitive joint functional-structural circuits in the human brain.  ... 
doi:10.1162/netn_a_00049 pmid:30259007 pmcid:PMC6145853 fatcat:a2miydrxp5blrbefdo3i7yr6zu

Structural variability in the human brain reflects fine-grained functional architecture at the population level

Stephen Smith, Eugene Duff, Adrian Groves, Thomas E. Nichols, Saad Jbabdi, Lars T. Westlye, Christian K. Tamnes, Andreas Engvig, Kristine B. Walhovd, Anders M. Fjell, Heidi Johansen-Berg, Gwenaëlle Douaud
2019 Journal of Neuroscience  
STATEMENT Questions about the relationship between structure and function in the human brain have engaged neuroscientists for centuries in a debate that continues to this day.  ...  Human brain structure topography is thought to be related in part to functional specialization. However, the extent of such relationships is unclear.  ...  good correspondence between resting and task-related networks.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.2912-18.2019 pmid:31152123 pmcid:PMC6668209 fatcat:66l5rpmbz5astiosikbmqukpki

Bridging the Gap between the Human and Macaque Connectome: A Quantitative Comparison of Global Interspecies Structure-Function Relationships and Network Topology

O. Miranda-Dominguez, B. D. Mills, D. Grayson, A. Woodall, K. A. Grant, C. D. Kroenke, D. A. Fair
2014 Journal of Neuroscience  
structure-function correspondence in both the macaque and human.  ...  Resting state functional connectivity MRI (rs-fcMRI) may provide a powerful and noninvasive "bridge" for comparing brain function between patients and experimental animal models; however, the relationship  ...  Interestingly, the correspondence between structural and functional connectivity was the greatest for the strongest structural connections at a level of nearly 80% of true positives and only 20% of false  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.4229-13.2014 pmid:24741045 pmcid:PMC3988411 fatcat:a5nfjn2t7zcibdvaoucrz4cgca

Highlighting the Structure-Function Relationship of the Brain with the Ising Model and Graph Theory

T. K. Das, P. M. Abeyasinghe, J. S. Crone, A. Sosnowski, S. Laureys, A. M. Owen, A. Soddu
2014 BioMed Research International  
Graphing the functional and structural brain organization supports the model and can also highlight the strategy used to process and organize large amount of information traveling between the different  ...  In particular, these models can explain the competition between modularity and specialization and the need for integration in the brain.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC), the James McDonnell Foundation (JMF) programs (AMO), and a discovery grant (AS) from the Natural Sciences and Engineering  ... 
doi:10.1155/2014/237898 pmid:25276772 pmcid:PMC4168033 fatcat:puqba7gfgnc35aegttqdxeoqwy

Understanding Structural-Functional Relationships in the Human Brain

Zhijiang Wang, Zhengjia Dai, Gaolang Gong, Changsong Zhou, Yong He
2014 The Neuroscientist  
With the aid of current noninvasive imaging technologies (e.g., structural MRI, diffusion MRI, and functional MRI) and graph theory methods, researchers have modeled the human brain as a complex network  ...  This review summarizes recent progress regarding the SC-FC relationship of the human brain and emphasizes the important role of large-scale brain networks in the understanding of structuralfunctional associations  ...  Funding The author(s) disclosed receipt of the following financial support for the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article: This work was supported by the National Key Basic  ... 
doi:10.1177/1073858414537560 pmid:24962094 fatcat:dubowpytlrhmziutnzm6v4b6ue

Turbulent-like Dynamics in the Human Brain

Gustavo Deco, Morten L. Kringelbach
2020 Cell Reports  
This establishes a firm link between turbulent-like brain activity and optimal brain function.  ...  These qualities are important for brain function, but it is currently unknown if the dynamic intrinsic backbone of the brain also exhibits turbulence.  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS G.D. and M.L.K. designed the study, developed the methods, performed analyses, and wrote and edited the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.celrep.2020.108471 pmid:33296654 pmcid:PMC7725672 fatcat:yluuf56p5nfe7kpmcfkvoalnpq

Hierarchical clustering identifies hub nodes in a model of resting-state brain activity

Mark Wildie, Murray Shanahan
2012 The 2012 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN)  
We find a strong correspondence between areas of high synchronization and highly connected "hub" nodes, anatomical regions forming the structural core of the network linking all areas of the brain.  ...  Connectivity in the model is based on a human-brain structural connectivity matrix derived from diffusion tensor imaging tractography.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors acknowledge the support of Joana Cabral for providing and discussing the model of resting-state activity used in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ijcnn.2012.6252393 dblp:conf/ijcnn/WildieS12 fatcat:5kp2vtnmovfjznr7zjb2rjtzlq
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