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3D imaging of the vascular system of the mouse brain.

E. Erlebach, B. Weber & V. Efremov
The goal of the study is to produce the first high resolution, 3D reconstruction of the entire macrostructure and vascular system of the mouse brain. To that end previously synchrotron radiation-based X-ray microscopy images were collected. Recently two-photon microscopy images were collected to that end. And we are looking for additional alternative imaging sources. Then this data is translated into 3D mesh and volumetric models (graph). This dataset contains tiff image array of part of...

Individual Brain Charting: HCP Working Memory task

A. Pinho, A. Amadon, T. Ruest, M. Fabre, E. Dohmatob, I. Denghien, C. Ginisty, S. Becuwe-Desmidt, S. Roger, L. Laurier, V. Joly-Testault, G. Médiouni-Cloarec, C. Doublé, B. Martins, P. Pinel, E. Eger, G. Varoquaux, C. Pallier, S. Dehaene, L. Hertz-Pannier & B. Thirion
This dataset contains functional magnetic resonance images (fMRIs) of 12 subjects performing HCP Working Memory (HCP WM) task that was adapted from the classical n-back task to serve as functional localizer for evaluation of structures involved in working memory (WM). The paradigm included two categories of blocks, namely the “0-back” and “2- back” WM-task blocks. They were both equally presented within a run. A cue was always displayed at the beginning of each block, indicating...

Individual Brain Charting: HCP Gambling task

A. Pinho, A. Amadon, T. Ruest, M. Fabre, E. Dohmatob, I. Denghien, C. Ginisty, S. Becuwe-Desmidt, S. Roger, L. Laurier, V. Joly-Testault, G. Médiouni-Cloarec, C. Doublé, B. Martins, P. Pinel, E. Eger, G. Varoquaux, C. Pallier, S. Dehaene, L. Hertz-Pannier & B. Thirion
This dataset contains functional magnetic resonance images (fMRIs) of 12 subjects performing HCP Gambling task. Its aim was to localize brain structures of the reward system, namely the basal ganglia complex. The paradigm included eight blocks and each block was composed of eight events. For every event, the participants were asked to play a game. The goal was to guess whether the next number to be displayed, which ranged from one to nine, would be...

Individual Brain Charting: RSVP Language

A. Pinho, A. Amadon, T. Ruest, M. Fabre, E. Dohmatob, I. Denghien, C. Ginisty, S. Becuwe-Desmidt, S. Roger, L. Laurier, V. Joly-Testault, G. Médiouni-Cloarec, C. Doublé, B. Martins, P. Pinel, E. Eger, G. Varoquaux, C. Pallier, S. Dehaene, L. Hertz-Pannier & B. Thirion
This dataset contains functional magnetic resonance images (fMRIs) of 12 subjects performing RSVP Language task to localize the areas implicated in language comprehension, participants were presented with stimuli consisting of sequences of words, pseudowords or nonwords. For some conditions, these sequences were composed by well-formed sentences. They were presented as visual stimuli, using a Rapid-Serial- Visual-Presentation (RSVP) paradigm. Concretely, there were six experimental conditions featuring the different types of stimuli: i) complex meaningful sentences, containing...

Density measurements of different receptors for mediodorsal part of the Thalamic Nucleus [human, v1.0]

N. Palomero-Gallagher
This dataset contains the densities (in fmol/mg protein) of receptors for classical neurotransmitters in mediodorsal part of the Thalamic Nucleus (ThMD) obtained by means of quantitative _in vitro_ autoradiography. The receptor densities are visualized as _fingerprints_ (**fp**), which provide the mean density and standard deviation for each of the analyzed receptor types, averaged across samples. Overview of available measurements [ **receptor** \| **_neurotransmitter_** \| _labeling agent_ ]: **AMPA** \| **_glutamate_** \| _[3H]AMPA_ **kainate** \| **_glutamate_**...

Density measurements of different receptors for Area PFt (IPL) [human, v1.0]

K. Zilles, N. Palomero-Gallagher, K. Amunts & S. Caspers
This dataset contains the densities (in fmol/mg protein) of receptors for classical neurotransmitters in Area PFt (IPL) obtained by means of quantitative _in vitro_ autoradiography. The receptor densities are visualized as _fingerprints_ (**fp**), which provide the mean density and standard deviation for each of the analyzed receptor types, averaged across samples. Overview of available measurements [ **receptor** \| **_neurotransmitter_** \| _labeling agent_ ]: **AMPA** \| **_glutamate_** \| _[3H]AMPA_ **kainate** \| **_glutamate_** \| _[3H]kainate_ **NMDA** \|...

Loose-cell attached patch-clamp recordings from cerebellar granule cells

M. Tognolina & E. D'Angelo
Study of the synaptic responses of granule cells.

Density measurements of different receptors for ventral part of Area 44 (IFG) [human, v1.0]

K. Zilles, N. Palomero-Gallagher & K. Amunts
This dataset contains the densities (in fmol/mg protein) of receptors for classical neurotransmitters in ventral part of Area 44 (IFG) obtained by means of quantitative _in vitro_ autoradiography. The receptor densities are visualized as _fingerprints_ (**fp**), which provide the mean density and standard deviation for each of the analyzed receptor types, averaged across samples. Overview of available measurements [ **receptor** \| **_neurotransmitter_** \| _labeling agent_ ]: **AMPA** \| **_glutamate_** \| _[3H]AMPA_ **kainate** \| **_glutamate_** \|...

Density measurements of different receptors for Area TE 1.0 (HESCHL) [human, v1.0]

K. Zilles, N. Palomero-Gallagher, K. Amunts & P. Morosan
This dataset contains the densities (in fmol/mg protein) of receptors for classical neurotransmitters in Area TE 1.0 (HESCHL) obtained by means of quantitative _in vitro_ autoradiography. The receptor densities are visualized as _fingerprints_ (**fp**), which provide the mean density and standard deviation for each of the analyzed receptor types, averaged across samples. Overview of available measurements [ **receptor** \| **_neurotransmitter_** \| _labeling agent_ ]: **AMPA** \| **_glutamate_** \| _[³H]AMPA_ **kainate** \| **_glutamate_** \| _[³H]kainate_ **NMDA**...

Density measurements of different receptors for Putamen [human, v1.0]

N. Palomero-Gallagher
This dataset contains the densities (in fmol/mg protein) of receptors for classical neurotransmitters in Putamen (Pu) obtained by means of quantitative _in vitro_ autoradiography. The receptor densities are visualized as _fingerprints_ (**fp**), which provide the mean density and standard deviation for each of the analyzed receptor types, averaged across samples. Overview of available measurements [ **receptor** \| **_neurotransmitter_** \| _labeling agent_ ]: **AMPA** \| **_glutamate_** \| _[3H]AMPA_ **kainate** \| **_glutamate_** \| _[3H]kainate_ **NMDA** \| **_glutamate_**...

Individual Brain Charting: HCP Social task

A. Pinho, A. Amadon, T. Ruest, M. Fabre, E. Dohmatob, I. Denghien, C. Ginisty, S. Becuwe-Desmidt, S. Roger, L. Laurier, V. Joly-Testault, G. Médiouni-Cloarec, C. Doublé, B. Martins, P. Pinel, E. Eger, G. Varoquaux, C. Pallier, S. Dehaene, L. Hertz-Pannier & B. Thirion
This dataset contains functional magnetic resonance images (fMRIs) of 12 subjects performing HCP Social task that intended to provide evidence for brain activity related to social cognition. The paradigm included two categories of blocks, in which movies were presented during short epochs. The movies consisted in triangle-shape clip art, moving in a predetermined fashion. Putative social interactions could be inferred from movements in the so-called social condition. In contrast, objects appeared to be randomly moving...

Spike time dependent plasticity (STDP) data from neonate C57BL/6 (wild-type) mice, negative pairing

C. Marchetti, M. Sgritta & E. Cherubini
Spike-time dependent plasticity (STDP is a particular form of Hebbian type of learning which consists in bidirectional modifications of synaptic strength according to the temporal order of pre- and postsynaptic spiking (*Dan Y1, Poo MM (2006) Spike timing-dependent plasticity: from synapse to perception. Physiol Rev 86:1033-1048*). Thus, positively correlated pre- and postsynaptic spiking (pre before post) within a critical window leads to long term potentiation (LTP), whereas a negative correlation (post before pre) leads to...

Spike time dependent plasticity (STDP) data from neonate C57BL/6 (wild-type) mice, positive pairing

C. Marchetti, M. Sgritta & E. Cherubini
Spike-time dependent plasticity (STDP is a particular form of Hebbian type of learning which consists in bidirectional modifications of synaptic strength according to the temporal order of pre- and postsynaptic spiking (*Dan Y1, Poo MM (2006) Spike timing-dependent plasticity: from synapse to perception. Physiol Rev 86:1033-1048*). Thus, positively correlated pre- and postsynaptic spiking (pre before post) within a critical window leads to long term potentiation (LTP), whereas a negative correlation (post before pre) leads to...

Spike time dependent plasticity (STDP) data from adult C57BL/6 (wild-type) mice, positive pairing

C. Marchetti, M. Sgritta & E. Cherubini
Spike-time dependent plasticity (STDP is a particular form of Hebbian type of learning which consists in bidirectional modifications of synaptic strength according to the temporal order of pre- and postsynaptic spiking (*Dan Y1, Poo MM (2006) Spike timing-dependent plasticity: from synapse to perception. Physiol Rev 86:1033-1048*). Thus, positively correlated pre- and postsynaptic spiking (pre before post) within a critical window leads to long term potentiation (LTP), whereas a negative correlation (post before pre) leads to...

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