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Neuroanatomical phenotypes in the Reeler mouse

Alexandra Badea, Peter J. Nicholls, G. Allan Johnson, and William C. Wetsel

Neuroimage 34(4): 1363-1374, February 15, 2007.


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The data files shared are contrast enhanced (ProHance, Bracco Diagnostics) MR scans of fixed perfused mouse brains, acquired using a 9.4 T (400 MHz) vertical bore Oxford magnet with a GE EXCITE console (Epic 11.0). The imaging sequence was a radio frequency refocused,3D spin warp sequence, with TE/TR of 5.2/50 ms, FOV 22 x 11 x 11 mm. Zero filling was used, resulting in a matrix size 1024 x 512 x 512, and isotropic resolution of 21.5 microns. Nonuniform radial gain and asymmetric k space sampling were used, resulting in a scan time of approximately 2 hours. 

To download 3D data sets in Analyze format, please save the data to disk. If downloading a zipped archive unzip (one can use WinZip on a PC, Stuffit on a MAC) and save header (*.hdr) and image files (*.img) in the same directory.

  • Supplemental Figure 2.  Coronal section from heterozygous Reln mutant brain (Relnrl/+). The 3D dataset, in Analyze format, is available for download (click to download full dataset as zip archive, 117 MB).
  • Supplemental Figure 3.  Coronal section from homozygous Reln mutant brain (Relnrl/rl). The 3D dataset, in Analyze format, is available for download (click to download full dataset as zip archive, 124 MB).
  • Supplemental Figure4: Video 1.  3D rendering of the hippocampus and ventricles from wild type and homozygous Reln mutant brain (mp4 format) illustrating qualitative differences in shape.
  • Supplemental Figure 5Coronal sections from WT and homozygous Reln mutant illustrating differences in thickness of the cerebral cortex and hippocampal layers.  

References
  • P.R. Hof, W.G. Young, F.E. Bloom, P.V. Belichenko, and M.R. Celio, 2000. "Comparative Cytoarchitectonic Atlas of the C57BL/6 and 129/Sv Mouse Brains". Elsevier.
  • George Paxinos and Keith B.J. Franklin, 2003. "The Mouse Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates", Academic Press.

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