Neuro-degeneration and -plasticity

The Bio-Imaging Lab is renowned for its pioneering role on studying neuroplasticity in songbirds which is reflected in its large list of publications on the subject.
Furthermore, over the last decade a parallel research track studying neuro-degeneration (and re-generation) in rodents has been developed which has resulted in numerous scientific publications as well.

Key publications

Faint and clustered components in exponential analysis
Cuyt Annie A.M.   Tsai Min nan   Verhoye Marleen   Lee Wen-Shin  
Applied mathematics and computation - ISSN 0096-3003-327 (2018) p. 93-103
fMRI reveals a novel region for evaluating acoustic information for mate choice in a female songbird
Van Ruijssevelt Lisbeth   Chen Yining   van Eugen Karl   Hamaide Julie   de Groof Geert   Verhoye Marleen   Güntürkün Onur   Woolley Sarah C.   Van Der Linden Anne-Marie  
Current biology - ISSN 0960-9822-28:5 (2018) p. 711-+
Diffusion kurtosis imaging allows the early detection and longitudinal follow-up of amyloid-β-induced pathology
Praet Jelle   Manyakov Nikolay V.   Muchene Leacky   Mai Zhenhua   Terzopoulos Vasilis   de Backer Steve   Torremans An   Guns Pieter-Jan   Van De Casteele Tom   Bottelbergs Astrid   Van Broeck Bianca   Sijbers Jan   Smeets Dirk   Shkedy Ziv   Bijnens Luc   Pemberton Darrel J.   Schmidt Mark E.   Van Der Linden Anne-Marie   Verhoye Marleen  
Alzheimer's research & therapy - ISSN 1758-9193-10 (2018)
Dynamic resting state fMRI analysis in mice reveals a set of Quasi-Periodic Patterns and illustrates their relationship with the global signal
Belloy Michaël   Naeyaert Maarten   Abbas Anzar   Shah Disha   Vanreusel Verdi   van Audekerke Johan   Keilholz Sheila D.   Keliris Georgios   Van Der Linden Anne-Marie   Verhoye Marleen  
Neuroimage - ISSN 1053-8119-180:B (2018) p. 463-484
Exploring structural neuroplasticity in the zebra finch brain using in vivo MRI
Hamaide Julie  
Antwerp, University of Antwerp, Faculty of Pharmaceutical, Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences, 2018,285 p.

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