Brain lateralization probed by water diffusion at the atomic to micrometric scale

Antonio Cupane, Stelletta, Demé, Judith Peters, Francesca Natali, Dolce, Emmanuel L. Barbier, Jacques Ollivier, Leduc

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Abstract

Combined neutron scattering and diffusion nuclear magnetic resonance experiments have been used to reveal significant interregional asymmetries (lateralization) in bovine brain hemispheres in terms of myelin arrangement and water dynamics at micron to atomic scales. Thicker myelin sheaths were found in the left hemisphere using neutron diffraction. 4.7 T dMRI and quasi-elastic neutron experiments highlighted significant differences in the properties of water dynamics in the two hemispheres. The results were interpreted in terms of hemisphere-dependent cellular composition (number of neurons, cell distribution, etc.) as well as specificity of neurological functions (such as preferential networking).
Lingua originaleEnglish
Numero di pagine11
RivistaScientific Reports
Volume9
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2019

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hemispheres
brain
water
myelin sheath
myelin
neurons
neutron diffraction
neutron scattering
asymmetry
neutrons
nuclear magnetic resonance
cells

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Cupane, A., Stelletta, Demé, Peters, J., Natali, F., Dolce, ... Leduc (2019). Brain lateralization probed by water diffusion at the atomic to micrometric scale. Scientific Reports, 9.

Brain lateralization probed by water diffusion at the atomic to micrometric scale. / Cupane, Antonio; Stelletta; Demé; Peters, Judith; Natali, Francesca; Dolce; Barbier, Emmanuel L.; Ollivier, Jacques; Leduc.

In: Scientific Reports, Vol. 9, 2019.

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Cupane, A, Stelletta, Demé, Peters, J, Natali, F, Dolce, Barbier, EL, Ollivier, J & Leduc 2019, 'Brain lateralization probed by water diffusion at the atomic to micrometric scale', Scientific Reports, vol. 9.
Cupane, Antonio ; Stelletta ; Demé ; Peters, Judith ; Natali, Francesca ; Dolce ; Barbier, Emmanuel L. ; Ollivier, Jacques ; Leduc. / Brain lateralization probed by water diffusion at the atomic to micrometric scale. In: Scientific Reports. 2019 ; Vol. 9.
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