High-throughput morphologic phenotyping of the mouse brain with magnetic resonance histology

G. Allan Johnson, Anjum Ali-Sharief, Alexandra Badea, Jeffrey Brandenburg, Gary Cofer, Boma Fubara, Sally Gewalt, Laurence W. Hedlund, Lucy Upchurch

NeuroImage, 37(1): 82-89, 2007. PMCID: PMC1994723

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Representative volume data for one C57BL/6J wild-type specimen:

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    This work was has been made possible through collaboration with the Biomedical Informatics Research Network, under NIH/NCRR grants P41 RR005959 (G. A. Johnson) and U24 RR021760i (A. W. Toga).