The IIT Human Brain Atlas contains anatomical, DTI, HARDI templates, probabilistic gray matter labels, probabilistic connectivity-based white matter labels, and major fiber-bundles of the adult human brain. Artifact-free MRI data from 72 healthy human volunteers (20-40 years of age) were used in the development of the atlas. All diffusion MRI data collection was conducted using Turboprop, and spatial normalization was accomplished in a population-based fashion.
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