Kyme, Andre Z; Strenge, Paul; Lee, Felicity; Meikle, Steven R
The ability to image the brain of a freely moving rodent using motion-compensated PET presents many exciting possibilities for exploring the links between brain function and behavior. Markerless optical approaches for pose estimation have several potential advantages over marker-based methods: improved accuracy and increased range of detectable motion; no 'decoupling' of marker and head motion; and no acclimatization of the animals to attached markers. Our aim in this work was to describe and...[Show more]
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