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Synchronized EMG and motion capture data set for five normally developed subjects performing hand-to-nape with right upper extremity.

Robert Quinton, Elizabeth Rapp van Roden, James Richards, Kristen Nicholson & Tyler Richardson
This study is the first of its kind to utilize synchronized EMG and motion capture data to evaluate the timing and amplitude of all twenty muscle segments influencing scapulothoracic (ST) and glenohumeral (GH) motion in a group of five typically developed individuals performing five everyday shoulder motions. Certain muscles were divided into segments due to their varying lines of action (i.e. deltoid) or varying innervations (i.e. trapezius). The data set was evaluated for conserved muscle...

Open Knee(s): Virtual Biomechanical Representations of the Knee Joint

Ahmet Erdemir & Snehal Chokhandre
This site contains magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data acquired to support development of fully specimen-specific finite element representations of the human knee joint. MRI data were collected for a total of 8 adult cadaver specimens that included male and female, young and elderly, and healthy and osteoarthritic donors. Imaging was performed on a 3T magnet and included general purpose imaging (3D T1-weighted without fat suppression, isotropic, 0.5 mm resolution); cartilage imaging (3D T1-weighted with fat...

MRI Data And Geometry of Left Ventricle for Mapping onto a Finite Element Model

Thien-Khoi Phung & Jeffrey Holmes
This is a public data repository for the imaging data used to develop the open source code LV Data Map (https://github.com/cardiacbiomechanicsgroup/lvdatamap). This repository includes segmented canine LGE MRI processed using the freely available, MATLAB-based software Segment (http://segment.heiberg.se), mechanical activation times from DENSE MRI, and a fitted endocardial and epicardial surface mesh from CINE MRI.

Positron emission tomography images acquired with tracers 11C-DTBZ and 11C-RAC, and corresponding clinical data from healthy controls and patients with Parkinson’s disease

Ivan Klyuzhin, Jessie Fu, Andy Hong, Matthew Sacheli, Nikolay Shenkov, Michele Matarazzo, Arman Rahmim, Jon Stoessl & Vesna Sossi
This is a public data repository for the PLOS ONE (https://journals.plos.org/plosone/) publication entitled "Data-driven, voxel-based analysis of brain PET images: application of PCA and LASSO methods to visualize and quantify patterns of neurodegeneration". The repository contains imaging and clinical data from healthy controls and Parkinson's disease patients that is necessary to replicate the findings of the study. Specifically, the package contains: 1) 11C-DTBZ and 11C-RAC striatal PET images for each study subject, separated into better...

Synchronized EMG and motion capture data set for five normally developed subjects performing hand-to-mouth with right upper extremity.

Robert Quinton, Elizabeth Rapp van Roden, James Richards, Kristen Nicholson & Tyler Richardson
This study is the first of its kind to utilize synchronized EMG and motion capture data to evaluate the timing and amplitude of all twenty muscle segments influencing scapulothoracic (ST) and glenohumeral (GH) motion in a group of five typically developed individuals performing five everyday shoulder motions. Certain muscles were divided into segments due to their varying lines of action (i.e. deltoid) or varying innervations (i.e. trapezius). The data set was evaluated for conserved muscle...

Synchronized EMG and motion capture data set for five normally developed subjects performing hand-to-spine with right upper extremity.

Robert Quinton, Elizabeth Rapp van Roden, James Richards, Kristen Nicholson & Tyler Richardson
This study is the first of its kind to utilize synchronized EMG and motion capture data to evaluate the timing and amplitude of all twenty muscle segments influencing scapulothoracic (ST) and glenohumeral (GH) motion in a group of five typically developed individuals performing five everyday shoulder motions. Certain muscles were divided into segments due to their varying lines of action (i.e. deltoid) or varying innervations (i.e. trapezius). The data set was evaluated for conserved muscle...

Synchronized EMG and motion capture data set for five normally developed subjects performing external rotation with right upper extremity.

Robert Quinton, Elizabeth Rapp van Roden, James Richards, Kristen Nicholson & Tyler Richardson
This study is the first of its kind to utilize synchronized EMG and motion capture data to evaluate the timing and amplitude of all twenty muscle segments influencing scapulothoracic (ST) and glenohumeral (GH) motion in a group of five typically developed individuals performing five everyday shoulder motions. Certain muscles were divided into segments due to their varying lines of action (i.e. deltoid) or varying innervations (i.e. trapezius). The data set was evaluated for conserved muscle...

Reference Data on Thickness and Mechanics of Tissue Layers in Musculoskeletal Extremities and Limb Anthropometry

Ahmet Erdemir & Erica Neumann
This site contains data to understand the mechanics of multi-layer tissue structures of the limbs, particularly of the lower and upper legs and arms. Anatomical and mechanical data were collected on extremities of 100 adult subjects (50 male, 50 female) from the general population. An ultrasound system was instrumented with a load transducer for in vivo characterization of skin, fat, and muscle thicknesses in the extremities at unloaded and loaded (indentation) states. The unloaded state...

Synchronized EMG and motion capture data set for five normally developed subjects performing abduction with right upper extremity

Robert Quinton, Elizabeth Rapp van Roden, James Richards, Kristen Nicholson & Tyler Richardson
This study is the first of its kind to utilize synchronized EMG and motion capture data to evaluate the timing and amplitude of all twenty muscle segments influencing scapulothoracic (ST) and glenohumeral (GH) motion in a group of five typically developed individuals performing five everyday shoulder motions. Certain muscles were divided into segments due to their varying lines of action (i.e. deltoid) or varying innervations (i.e. trapezius). The data set was evaluated for conserved muscle...

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