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  • RSS Recent Publications supported by UNC Core Facilities

    • Whole-Brain Single-Cell Imaging and Analysis of Intact Neonatal Mouse Brains Using MRI, Tissue Clearing, and Light-Sheet Microscopy August 15, 2022
      Tissue clearing followed by light-sheet microscopy (LSFM) enables cellular-resolution imaging of intact brain structure, allowing quantitative analysis of structural changes caused by genetic or environmental perturbations. Whole-brain imaging results in more accurate quantification of cells and the study of region-specific differences that may be missed with commonly used microscopy of physically sectioned tissue. Using light-sheet […]
      Felix A Kyere
    • Environmental influences on child health outcomes: cohorts of individuals born very preterm August 10, 2022
      The National Institutes of Health's Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) Program was designed to address solution-oriented research questions about the links between children's early life environment and their risks of pre-, peri-, and post-natal complications, asthma, obesity, neurodevelopmental disorders, and positive health. Children born very preterm are at increased risk for many of […]
      T Michael O'Shea
    • Active Cortex Tractography August 8, 2022
      Most existing diffusion tractography algorithms are affected by gyral bias, causing the termination of streamlines at gyral crowns instead of sulcal banks. In this paper, we propose a tractography technique, called active cortex tractography (ACT), to overcome gyral bias by enabling fiber streamlines to curve naturally into the cortex. We show that the cortex can […]
      Ye Wu

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Thanks to the Zylka lab, Gupton lab, Histology Research Core Facility, Microscopy Services Lab, Pathology Services Core, and Neuroscience Microscopy Core for providing images for our use.