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Brain connectomics: from maximizing subjects identifiability to disentangling heritable and environment traits
Año:2019
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In the 17th century, physician Marcello Malpighi observed the existence of patterns of ridges and sweat glands on fingertips. This was a major breakthrough and originated a long and continuing quest for ways to uniquely identify individuals based on fingerprints. In the modern era, the concept of fingerprinting has expanded to other sources of data, such as voice recognition and retinal scans. It is only in the last few years that technologies and methodologies have achieved high-quality data for individual human brain imaging, and the subsequent estimation of structural and functional connectivity. In this context, the next challenge for human identifiability is posed on brain data, particularly on brain networks, both structural and functional.
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College of Engineering, Purdue University
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Centro de Tecnología Biomédica
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  • Autor: Gustavo Victor Guinea Tortuero (UPM)
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  • Creador: Centro o Instituto I+D+i: Centro de tecnología Biomédica CTB
  • Departamento: Ciencia de Materiales
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