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ODC-SCI Public Data Sets

This page lists the publicly available datasets from the Open Data Commons for Spinal Cord Injury. Additional data is available to researchers as part of the ODC-SCI Data Commons. To become a part of the Commons please register your lab.


 

Cervical (C5), unilateral spinal cord injury with diverse injury modalities, multiple behavioral outcomes, and histopathology

DOI:10.7295/W9T72FMZ

DATASET CITATION:

Ferguson, A.R., Irvine,K.-A., Gensel, J.C., Nielson, J.L., Lin, A., Ly, J., Segal, M.R., Ratan, R.R., Bresnahan, J.C., Beattie, M.S. (2018) Cervical (C5), unilateral spinal cord injury with diverse injury modalities, multiple behavioral outcomes, and histopathology. Open Data Commons for Spinal Cord Injury. ODC-SCI:26 http://doi.org/10.7295/W9T72FMZ

ABSTRACT:

STUDY PURPOSE: This project was a multivariate validation study of unilateral cervical contusion (hemi-contusion) model-development efforts.

DATA COLLECTED: The dataset includes N=159 rats with hemisections (n=9), NYU MASCIS weight drop contusions: sham (n=10), 6.25 mm (n=10), 12.5 mm (n=32); Infinite Horizon Impactor: sham (n=6), 75 kdyn (n=58), 100 kdyn (n=34). Behavioral recovery was monitored over 6 weeks using mutiple assements taken from the same subjects: Grooming Score, Paw Placement in a Cylinder, BBB locomotor subscore, Forelimb Open Field Score, and numerous Catwalk footprint analysis metrics. Histopathology metrics included lesion epicenter gray matter sparing, white matter sparing, total tissue sparing, and motorneuron numbers.

PRIMARY CONCLUSION: Principal component analysis (PCA)-based multidimensional pattern detectors can resolve the ‘syndrome space’ across multiple models of SCI, allowing direct comparison of subjects with diverse injury types, outcome sets and therapeutics.


 
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