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  • NYU Dataset

    Methods in Infant/Toddler Neuroimaging Study

    Alternate Title(s)
    MINI
    Authors
    Cassandra L. Hendrix
    Moriah E. Thomason
    Description

    The Methods in Infant/Toddler Neuroimaging (MINI) study surveyed investigators at infant and toddler research laboratories across the globe to collect information on preferred practices for MRI acquisition, scan success rates, visit preparation, scanning protocols, family accommodations, study design, and addressing incidental findings. The survey was distributed in February 2021 through the Fetal,...

    Subject
    Neuroscience
    Timeframe
    2021
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  • NYU Dataset

    Long-Term Imaging of Dorsal Root Ganglia in Awake Behaving Mice

    Authors
    Chao Chen
    Jinhui Zhang
    Linlin Sun
    Yiling Zhang
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    Description

    The dorsal root ganglia (DRG) are the first-order neurons in the somatosensory system. However, DRG neuronal activity in awake behaving animals remains unknown. This study developed a method for imaging DRG at cellular and subcellular resolution over weeks in awake mice. They installed an intervertebral fusion mount to reduce spinal movement and implanted a vertebral glass window without interfering...

    Subject
    Neuroscience
    Surgery
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  • NYU Dataset

    Human Epilepsy Project

    Alternate Title(s)
    HEP, HEP2, HEP3
    Authors
    Jacqueline A. French
    Ruben Kuzniecky
    Daniel Lowenstein
    Description

    The Human Epilepsy Project (HEP) is a multi-institutional series of prospective, observational studies to identify factors that predict disease outcome, progression, and treatment response among participants with epilepsy. HEP, conducted between 2012 and 2020, included 488 participants aged 12 to 60 years old with new onset focal epilepsy recruited in Australia, Canada, and the United States. Participants...

    Subject
    Chronic Disease
    Genomics
    Neuroscience
    Risk Factors
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  • NYU Dataset

    Behavioral and Electrophysiology Data Indicates Wind Direction is Decoded by Central Neurons in Drosophila

    Authors
    Marie P. Suver
    Andrew M. M. Matheson
    Sinekdha Sarkar
    Matthew Damiata
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    Description

    Wind is a major navigational cue for insects and this study examined how wind direction is decoded by central neurons in the insect brain. They determined that flies combine signals from both antennae to orient to wind during olfactory search behavior. In Drosophila, movements of the antennae are detected by mechanosensory neurons, known as Johnston’s Organ (JO) neurons. The JO neurons project from...

    Subject
    Neuroscience
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  • NYU Dataset

    Electrophysiology and Imaging Data Identified Central Complex Neurons that Encode Airflow Direction in Drosophila

    Authors
    Timothy A. Currier
    Andrew M. M. Matheson
    Katherine I. Nagel
    Description

    This data was collected to identify the brain regions and circuit organizations that support navigation. In insects, the central complex (CX) is thought to control many aspects of navigation. The CX is a highly organized neuropil, which consists of the protocerebral bridge, the ellipsoid body, the fan-shaped body, and the paired noduli. This study contains electrophysiology, imaging, and behavioral...

    Subject
    Neuroscience
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  • Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative

    Alternate Title(s)
    ADNI, ADNI1, ADNI GO, ADNI2, ADNI3
    Authors
    Michael W. Weiner
    Description

    The Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI) began in 2004 as longitudinal multicenter study to identify clinical, imaging, genetic, and biochemical biomarkers for the detection and tracking of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Participants are recruited from and followed at 59 research sites in the United States and Canada. ADNI1 enrolled 400 subjects who were diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment...

    Subject
    Chronic Disease
    Genomics
    Mental Health
    Neuroscience
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    Local Expert
    Omonigho M. Bubu
    Ricardo Osorio
  • National Alzheimer’s Coordinating Center Data

    Alternate Title(s)
    NACC
    Description

    The National Alzheimer’s Coordinating Center (NACC) was created in 1999 to facilitate research with data collected from Alzheimer's Disease Research Centers (ADRCs) across the United States. NACC oversees data collection and sharing for a number of datasets. The Uniform Data Set (UDS) contains longitudinal and standardized data collected from ADRCs since 2005. ADRC enrollment protocols vary and...

    Subject
    Chronic Disease
    Mental Health
    Neuroscience
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    Omonigho M. Bubu
    Ricardo Osorio
  • ENIGMA Consortium

    Alternate Title(s)
    Enhancing Neuro Imaging Genetics through Meta-Analysis Consortium
    Description

    The Enhancing Neuroimaging Genetics through Meta-Analysis (ENIGMA) Consortium is a global project originating from University of Southern California which unites researchers across the fields of imaging genomics, neurology, and psychiatry to understand brain structure and function. ENIGMA consists of 50 active working groups which are organized into four major research cores: Genomics, Disease, Protocol...

    Subject
    Genomics
    Mental Health
    Neuroscience
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    Yuliya Yoncheva
  • Allen Mouse Brain Atlas

    Description

    The Allen Mouse Brain Atlas is a three-dimensional atlas of gene expression throughout the adult mouse brain. The atlas is separated into four key features:In Situ Hybridization (ISH) Data includes image data with cellular level resolution. To find gene expression data, search can be performed using Gene Search, Differential Search, Fine Structure Search, Bulk Search, and Human Differential Search.Reference...

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    Jiangyang Zhang
    Zifei Liang
  • NYU Dataset

    Cell Type-Specific Membrane Potential Changes in Dorsolateral Striatum Accompanying Reward-Based Sensorimotor Learning

    Authors
    Tanya Sippy
    Corryn Chaimowitz
    Sylvain Crochet
    Carl C.H. Petersen
    Description

    This study examined changes in membrane potential dynamics of dorsolateral striatal neurons comparing naive mice and expert mice trained to lick a reward spout in response to whisker deflection. In the study, the mice were implanted with a light-weight metal head-post and a recording chamber. The position of the DLS was stereotaxically marked at the surface of the skull and the animals were returned...

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