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brainR: Interactive 3 and 4D Images of High Resolution Neuroimage Data

John Muschelli, Elizabeth Sweeney, Ciprian Crainiceanu
2014 The R Journal  
We provide software tools for displaying and publishing interactive 3-dimensional (3D) and 4-dimensional (4D) figures to html webpages, with examples of high-resolution brain imaging.  ...  The need for better visualization tools of ultra high dimensional data is ever present; we are providing a clean, simple, web-based option.  ...  Acknowledgments Sources of funding The project described was supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant RO1EB012547 from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging And Bioengineering  ... 
pmid:27330829 pmcid:PMC4911196 fatcat:duvbhr7itjazbaa25l4v5qj45m

brainR: Interactive 3 and 4D Images of High Resolution Neuroimage Data

John Muschelli, Elizabeth Sweeney, Ciprian Crainiceanu
unpublished
We provide software tools for displaying and publishing interactive 3-dimensional (3D) and 4-dimensional (4D) figures to html webpages, with examples of high-resolution brain imaging.  ...  The need for better visualization tools of ultra high dimensional data is ever present; we are providing a clean, simple, web-based option.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Brian Caffo, Martin Lindquist, and Duncan Murdoch for comments/help and Daniel Reich for providing the MS lesion data.  ... 
fatcat:wzxoaad4bne7fggzxs2aedhfzm

Identification of 14-3-3 epsilon as a regulator of the neural apoptotic pathway for chronic-stress-induced depression

Yan Zhao, Elizabeth J. Coulson, Xingli Su, Junfeng Zhang, Baoyong Sha, Hao Xu, Yating Deng, Yulong Chen, Jian Cao, Yunpeng Wang, Shuang Wang
2021 iScience  
Major depression is a prevalent and long-lasting psychiatric illness with severe functional impairment and high suicide rate.  ...  The integrated pathway analyses identified 14-3-3ε and TrkB signaling as differentially downregulated in association with stress-induced depressive-like behaviors. 14-3-3ε overexpression in VLO relieved  ...  Some of the interactions have strong supporting experimental evidences, such as the interaction between Kdm1a and Ywhae, Picalm and Ywhae, and Myh7 and Ywhae.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.isci.2021.102043 pmid:33537655 pmcid:PMC7840470 fatcat:z642emsj3zeerhkhdfhrlozc5u

Bayesian Multimodal Local False Discovery Rate in Neuroimaging Studies

Yue Wang
2020
Typical neuroimaging studies usually have small sample size due to the high economic cost, leading to low statistical power and high probability of falsely significant findings.  ...  The existing methodologies do not provide a satisfied control of FDR especially for small sample size studies, neither capabilities that allow integration of multimodal neuroimaging data into statistical  ...  High resolution three-dimensional T1-weighted image data were obtained with a "magnetization-prepared rapid acquisition gradient-echo sequence" with the following parameters: "field of view (FOV) = 240  ... 
doi:10.25417/uic.14134418 fatcat:aehegiuaszenfp6szkazzdm6k4

Loth_columbia_0054D_14904.pdf [article]

2018
Immunofluorescent confocal imaging confirmed that TSPO i  ...  In the brain, microglia and astrocytes exhibit distinct spatial and temporal patterns of TSPO upregulation.  ...  The SPECT projection data were acquired using 2 low-energy, high-resolution parallel-hole collimators with a radius of rotation of 4.65 cm (spatial resolution, 1.6 mm).  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8f77wg5 fatcat:7oebm6ysx5bwnn6quqdqcdzpge

Applications of synergies in human machine interfaces [article]

Ramana Vinjamuri, Zhi-Hong Mao, Anil Maybhate, Maryland Shared Open Access Repository
2021
This biologically inspired concept of synergies has found important applications in rehabilitation, rehab robotics, prosthetics and exoskeletons, brain machine interfaces and human machine interfaces.  ...  These synergies were found by several researchers in postures, kinematics (joint positions and velocities), dynamics (joint torques), and muscles in upper and lower limbs.  ...  This work was funded in part by the National Science Foundation award number 1462876 and the University of Pittsburgh's Competitive Medical Research Fund.  ... 
doi:10.13016/m2xacu-wb2c fatcat:2u7oliilwjcehkgozhyhkougzm