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Dzyubachyk, O. (author), Khmelinskii, A. (author), Plenge, E. (author), Kok, P. (author), Snoeks, T.J. (author), Poot, D.H. (author), Löwik, C.W. (author), Botha, C.P. (author), Niessen, W.J. (author), Van der Weerd, L. (author), Meijering, E. (author), Lelieveldt, B.P.F. (author)
In small animal imaging studies, when the locations of the micro-structures of interest are unknown a priori, there is a simultaneous need for full-body coverage and high resolution. In MRI, additional requirements to image contrast and acquisition time will often make it impossible to acquire such images directly. Recently, a resolution...
journal article 2014
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Mengler, L. (author), Khmelinskii, A. (author), Diedenhofen, M. (author), Po, C. (author), Staring, M. (author), Lelieveldt, B.P.F. (author), Hoehn, M. (author)
Longitudinal studies on brain pathology and assessment of therapeutic strategies rely on a fully mature adult brain to exclude confounds of cerebral developmental changes. Thus, knowledge about onset of adulthood is indispensable for discrimination of developmental phase and adulthood. We have performed a high-resolution longitudinal MRI study...
journal article 2013
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Khmelinskii, A. (author), Groen, H.C. (author), De Jong, M. (author), Lelieveldt, B.P.F. (author)
Whole-body SPECT small animal imaging is used to study cancer, and plays an important role in the development of new drugs. Comparing and exploring whole-body datasets can be a difficult and time-consuming task due to the inherent heterogeneity of the data (high volume/throughput, multi-modality, postural and positioning variability). The goal...
journal article 2012
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Khmelinskii, A. (author), Baiker, M. (author), Kaijzel, E.L. (author), Chen, J. (author), Reiber, J.H.C. (author), Lelieveldt, B.P.F. (author)
Purpose Using three publicly available small-animal atlases (Sprague–Dawley rat, MOBY, and Digimouse), we built three articulated atlases and present several applications in the scope of molecular imaging. Procedures Major bones/bone groups were manually segmented for each atlas skeleton. Then, a kinematic model for each atlas was built: each...
journal article 2010
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