The University of Oxford WIN macapaue PM dataset includes post-mortem diffusion data from a 7T scanner on six macaques.
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- Scanner type: 7T whole body scanner
- Coil: 72mm ID quadrature birdcage RF coil (Rapid Biomedical GmbH, Rimpar, Germany)
- Sample size: 6
- Age distribution: 4.03-15.81 years (mean 9.98, std 4.64)
- Sex distribution: n=4 male, n=2 female
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Scan Procedures and Parameters
Protocol information: Diffusion-weighted imaging was done on a 7T superconductive magnet driven by an Agilent DirectDrive console (Agilent Technologies, Santa Clara, CA, USA) using 72mm ID quadrature birdcage RF coil (Rapid Biomedical GmbH, Rimpar, Germany). 2D diffusion-weighted images were acquired by a spin-echo single line readout protocol (DW-SEMS, TE/TR: 25 ms/10 s; matrix size: 128 × 128; resolution: 0.6 x 0.6 mm; number of slices: 128; slice thickness: 0.6 mm). Each DTI data set consisted of 16 non-diffusion-weighted (b = 0 s/mm2) and 128 diffusion-weighted (b = 4000 s/mm2) volumes with diffusion directions homogeneously distributed over the sphere.
Procedure: The brains were soaked in PBS before scanning and placed in fomblin or fluorinert during the scan. Diffusion-weighted images were processed using FMRIB's Diffusion Toolbox.
- 2D images captured using spin-echo single line readout protocol
- Matrix size: 128 x 128
- Resolution: 0.6mm x 0.6mm
- TE: 25ms
- TR: 10000ms
- Number of slices: 128
- Slice thickness: 0.6mm
- Folloni et al., in press, eLife
- Warrington et al., in preparation
- Rogier B. Mars
- Jerome Sallet
Alexandre A. Khrapitchev, Davide Folloni
BBSRC David Phillips Fellowship [BB/N019841/1]; Wellcome/Royal Society Henry Dale Fellowship [105651/Z/14/Z]; Wellcome Trust WIN core funding [203139/Z/16/Z]
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