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Although there is growing interest in finding mouse models of human disease, no technique for quickly and quantitatively determining anatomical mutants currently exists. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is ideally suited to probe fine structures in mice. This technology is three-dimensional, non-destructive and rapid compared to histopathology; hence MRI scientists have been able to create detailed three-dimensional images of 60 mm resolution or better. The data is digital which lends itself todoi:10.1093/cercor/bhh165 pmid:15342433 fatcat:o4n6qvjl2rcglbenkfbm46o5fu