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The question of how waste products are cleared from the brain, and the role which sleep plays in this process, is critical for our understanding of a range of physical and mental illnesses. In rodents, both circadian and sleep-related processes appear to facilitate clearance of waste products. The purpose of this study was to investigate whether overnight changes in diffusivity, brain volumes, and cerebrospinal fluid flow measured with MRI are associated with sleep parameters from overnightdoi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.118420 pmid:34302966 fatcat:ju727rnpdfg3jjogtdm32pkmdi