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<p><strong>MICROSCOPY</strong></p> <p>Microscopy data can come from several modalities, including optical microscopy (OM), transmit electron microscopy (TEM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), coherent Anti-Stoke Raman Spectroscopy (CARS). A tagging convention exists for easy search.</p> <p><strong>DATA ORGANIZATION</strong></p> <pre class="highlight"><code>center |-project |-histology |-description_histology.json |-mri |-description_mri.json</code></pre> <p><strong>description_histology.json</strong></p> <pre class="highlight"><code>{ &quot;Center&quot;:&quot;PolytechniqueMontreal&quot;, &quot;Authors&quot;:&quot;T. Duval, A. Zaimi, J. Cohen-Adad&quot;, &quot;Project&quot;:&quot;RatTestNov2015&quot;, # Project ID, tag of study, etc. &quot;DOI&quot;:&quot;XXX&quot; # DOI of publication &quot;URL&quot;:&quot;<a href="http://www.neuro.polymtl.ca/downloads" rel="nofollow">http://www.neuro.polymtl.ca/downloads</a>&quot;, &quot;Modality&quot;:&quot;SEM&quot;, # SEM (scanning electron microscope), TEM, OI, CARS &quot;Pathology&quot;:&quot;HC&quot;, % HC, MS, EAE &quot;PixelSize&quot;:&quot;0.1um&quot;, &quot;Staining&quot;:&quot;Osmium&quot;, &quot;Structure&quot;:&quot;Spinal cord&quot;, # Corpus Callossum, &quot;Region&quot;:&quot;Left&quot; % Left, Right, Ventral, Dorsal, Cuneatus }</code></pre> <p><strong>parameters_histology.txt</strong></p> <pre class="highlight"><code>Adult Dog Thoracic 1. Fixation : - No wash / no perfusion - Immersion 1 months in PFA 4% at 4°C 2. Staining : Osmium 2% 2H 3. Embedding : EMbed 812 Resin</code></pre>
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