The cerebellum is a major brain structure central for the voluntary control of the motor system and is implicated in a range of movement disorders. Mice are a well validated models for studying the human cerebellum and creation of digital atlases that can capture biological variability in control and diseased mice are critical for understanding the underlying basis of human neurological disease. As a result in this study we present a methodology for systematic delineation of the vermal and hemispheric lobules of the C57BL/6J mouse cerebellum in magnetic resonance images. We have successfully delineated 38 cerebellar and cerebellar-related structures.
Method linked here
Download the data in MINC or NiFTI format here
Label files (including index)
If you use this data please cite
Ullmann, J.F.P., Keller, M.D., Watson, C., Janke, A.L., Kurniawan, N.D., Yang, Z., Richards, K., Paxinos, G., Egan, G.F., Petrou, S., Bartlett, P., Galloway, G.J., Reutens, D.C. (2012) Segmentation of the C57BL/6J mouse cerebellum in magnetic resonance images. NeuroImage 62: 1408-1414.
For more details about the segmentation please see Pubmed Link
There is also an ISMRM poster from 2012 here: Model Poster