This voxel-based fingerprint was correlated with each of the template fingerprints from a different species and the resulting correlation value assigned to the voxel. Comparisons in 5 patients with schizophrenia and 5 healthy subjects showed that this process did not alter either measured region of interest ROI volumes or segmentation values for gray matter, white matter, or cerebrospinal brain sex differences hemispheric specialization left in Fresno.
After standard adjustments, shim gradients were optimized using mapshim protocol, with an ellipsoid reference volume covering the whole brain. Connectivity fingerprints show the strength of connectivity correlation of rsfMRI timeseries between each striatal seed region and target regions outside the striatum D In humans or macaquesconnectivity fingerprints were extracted from each voxel of the striatum - comparing the connectivity strength of striatal voxels with human homologs of the five target regions identified in mice.
As such, one would predict that limbic NAcc and sensorimotor CP. Wernicke's aphasia is the result of damage to the area of the brain that is commonly in the left hemisphere above the Sylvian fissure. This once again highlights one of the difficulties in comparing rsfMRI data with tracer studies.
There were no significant group differences in age. Significant connectivity with subcortical structures included the amygdala and caudate nucleus.
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Although such methods provide exquisite levels of neuroanatomical detail, the lack of comparable methods in humans makes it difficult to translate these findings across species. This approach is now feasible due to the availability of the same type of neuroimaging data from humans, macaques, and mice.
For instance, voxels in the human striatum assigned to CP.