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<p>Please refer to the project page for more details: <a href="http://nist.mni.mcgill.ca/?p=1209" rel="nofollow">http://nist.mni.mcgill.ca/?p=1209</a></p> <p>The warped atlases and segmentation labels (not the spatial transformations in MINC format) have also been deposited at <a href="http://OpenNeuro.org" rel="nofollow">OpenNeuro.org</a> in BIDS format: <a href="https://openneuro.org/datasets/ds002016/versions/1.0.0" rel="nofollow">https://openneuro.org/datasets/ds002016/versions/1.0.0</a></p> <p>To help bridge the insights of micro and macro-levels of the brain, the Big Brain atlas (<a href="http://bigbrain.loris.ca" rel="nofollow">bigbrain.loris.ca</a>) was nonlinearly registered to the PD25 and ICBM152 (symmetric and asymmetric) atlases in a multi-contrast registration strategy, and subcortical structures were manually segmented for BigBrain, PD25 , and ICBM152 atlases. To help relate PD25 atlas to clinical T2w MRI, a synthetic T2w PD25 atlas was also created. The registered BigBrain atlases are available at the resolutions of 1×1×1 mm, 0.5×0.5×0.5 mm, and 0.3×0.3×0.3 mm.</p> <p>References:</p> <ul> <li> <p>Y. Xiao, J.C. Lau, T. Anderson,J. DeKraker, D. Louis Collins, T.M. Peters, and A.R. Khan, “An accurate registration of the BigBrain dataset with the MNI PD25 and ICBM152 atlases,” Scientific Data, 6(1),1-9, 2019. </p> </li> <li> <p>Amunts, K. et al.: “BigBrain: An Ultrahigh-Resolution 3D Human Brain Model”, Science (2013) 340 no. 6139 1472-1475, June 2013</p> </li> </ul>
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