Optical imaging in a mouse model of Glioma Identifies different causes for proximal and distal disruptions to functional connectivity

Inema Orukari, Joshua S. Siegel, Adam Q. Bauer, Grant A. Baxter, Joshua S. Shimony, Joshua B. Rubin, Joseph P. Culver

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Abstract

The relationship between glioma growth and functional connectivity disruptions is poorly understood. Functional connectivity optical intrinsic imaging enables assessment functional connectivity in a mouse model of glioma growth.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOptics and the Brain, BRAIN 2018
PublisherOSA - The Optical Society
ISBN (Electronic)9781557528209
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2018
EventOptics and the Brain, BRAIN 2018 - Hollywood, United States
Duration: Apr 3 2018Apr 6 2018

Publication series

NameOptics InfoBase Conference Papers
VolumePart F88-BRAIN 2018

Conference

ConferenceOptics and the Brain, BRAIN 2018
CountryUnited States
CityHollywood
Period04/3/1804/6/18

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    Orukari, I., Siegel, J. S., Bauer, A. Q., Baxter, G. A., Shimony, J. S., Rubin, J. B., & Culver, J. P. (2018). Optical imaging in a mouse model of Glioma Identifies different causes for proximal and distal disruptions to functional connectivity. In Optics and the Brain, BRAIN 2018 (Optics InfoBase Conference Papers; Vol. Part F88-BRAIN 2018). OSA - The Optical Society. https://doi.org/10.1364/BRAIN.2018.BTh2C.4