Data from: An in vivo three-dimensional Magnetic Resonance Imaging-based averaged brain collection of the neonatal piglet (Sus scrofa)

Matthew S. Conrad, Bradley P. Sutton, Ryan N. Dilger & Rodney W. Johnson
Due to the fact that morphology and perinatal growth of the piglet brain is similar to humans, use of the piglet as a translational animal model for neurodevelopmental studies is increasing. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be a powerful tool to study neurodevelopment in piglets, but many of the MRI resources have been produced for adult humans. Here, we present an average in vivo MRI-based atlas specific for the 4-week-old piglet. In addition, we have...
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