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Cite this (Accelerated Cure Project for Multiple Sclerosis, RRID:SCR_004743)

URL: http://www.acceleratedcure.org/index.php

Resource Type: Resource, disease-related portal, topical portal, portal, data or information resource

A national nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the cure of MS by facilitating research that determines the causes and mechanisms of MS. Our main effort is the creation of a large-scale, multidisciplinary MS Repository of blood samples and data from people with MS and matched controls. We make these samples available to researchers investigating the causes of MS and other demyelinating diseases. In exchange for access to the repository, researchers agree to return the data they generate from the samples so that results from disparate experiments can be combined. We are also developing a Cure Map to establish and document what is known and what is not known about the causes of MS. From the Cure Map, Accelerated Cure Project will facilitate the research most likely to reveal the causes of MS in the shortest time through use of our MS Repository.

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Cite this (Accelerated Cure Project MS Repository, RRID:SCR_004208)

URL: http://www.acceleratedcure.org/impact/repository

Resource Type: Resource, biomaterial supply resource, biospecimen repository, image collection, service resource, storage service resource, data or information resource, material resource, material storage repository

A repository of biological samples and data from people with multiple sclerosis, selected other demyelinating diseases, and unaffected controls. The repository not only provides much-needed samples and data to researchers studying MS and other diseases, but also aggregates the results from all of these studies so that they can be analyzed collectively, leading to new findings and breakthroughs. The repository collects blood, DNA, and imaging once per year. The repository currently includes samples and data from over 2,700 subjects with Multiple Sclerosis, Neuromyelitis Optica, Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis, Transverse Myelitis, Optic Neuritis, and Clinically Isolated Syndromes, as well as controls. Blood samples are provided as aliquots as serum, plasma, DNA, RNA, and lymphocytes and each sample is accompanied by more than 40 pages of clinical and epidemiological data contributed by the subject and the enrolling neurologist.

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Cite this (Alkermes, RRID:SCR_010497)

URL: http://www.alkermes.com/

Resource Type: Resource, portal, organization portal, commercial organization, data or information resource

A biopharmaceutical company that focuses on central nervous system (CNS) diseases. The company is the result of a merger between Alkermes, Inc. and Elan Drug Technologies (EDT), the former drug formulation and manufacturing division of Elan Corporation, plc. The company is headquartered in Dublin, and has an R&D center in Waltham, Massachusetts and manufacturing facilities in Athlone, Ireland; Gainesville, Georgia; and Wilmington, Ohio. Alkermes has more than 20 commercial drug products and candidates that address serious and chronic diseases such as addiction, schizophrenia, diabetes and depression. Among these, five products are primary to the company: risperidone Long-Acting Injection (Risperdal Consta) for schizophrenia and bipolar 1 disorder, paliperidone palmitate (Invega Sustenna in the U.S., Xeplion in Europe) for schizophrenia, 4-aminopyridine (Ampyra in the U.S., Fampyra in Europe) to improve walking in patients with multiple sclerosis, naltrexone for extended-release injectable suspension (Vivitrol) for alcohol and opioid dependence, and exenatide extended-release for injectable suspension (Bydureon) for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. Bydureon is a once-weekly, long-acting form of the drug exenatide (Byetta) and was developed through a partnership between Amylin, Alkermes and Eli Lilly. It is approved in Europe and the U.S. (Wikipedia)

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Cite this (Autoimmunity Centers of Excellence, RRID:SCR_006510)

URL: http://www.autoimmunitycenters.org/

Resource Type: Resource, disease-related portal, topical portal, data or information resource, portal, research forum portal

Nine centers that conduct clinical trials and basic research on new immune-based therapies for autoimmune diseases. This program enhances interactions between scientists and clinicians in order to accelerate the translation of research findings into medical applications. By promoting better coordination and communication, and enabling limited resources to be pooled, ACEs is one of NIAID''''s primary vehicles for both expanding our knowledge and improving our ability to effectively prevent and treat autoimmune diseases. This coordinated approach incorporates key recommendations of the NIH Autoimmune Diseases Research Plan and will ensure progress in identifying new and highly effective therapies for autoimmune diseases. ACEs is advancing the search for effective treatments through: * Diverse Autoimmunity Expertise Medical researchers at ACEs include rheumatologists, neurologists, gastroenterologists, and endocrinologists who are among the elite in their respective fields. * Strong Mechanistic Foundation ACEs augment each clinical trial with extensive basic studies designed to enhance understanding of the mechanisms responsible for tolerance initiation, maintenance, or loss, including the role of cytokines, regulatory T cells, and accessory cells, to name a few. * Streamlined Patient Recruitment The cooperative nature of ACEs helps scientists recruit patients from distinct geographical areas. The rigorous clinical and basic science approach of ACEs helps maintain a high level of treatment and analysis, enabling informative comparisons between patient groups.

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Cite this (Benaroya Research Institute: Neurological Diseases, RRID:SCR_001576)

URL: https://www.benaroyaresearch.org/our-research/clinical-research/currently-enrolling-studies/neurological-disease

Resource Type: Resource, department portal, organization portal, portal, data or information resource

BRI investigators study the molecular and genetic mechanisms which underlie some of the most devastating chronic neurological disorders, and conduct clinical trials for new innovative therapies. Neurological studies that are currently studied include Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and Parkinson's Disease.

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Cite this (Biogen Idec, RRID:SCR_003790)

URL: http://www.biogenidec.com/

Resource Type: Resource, portal, organization portal, commercial organization, data or information resource

A global biotechnology company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, specializing in discovering, developing, and delivering important therapies for the treatment of neurodegenerative, hematologic and autoimmune diseases to patients worldwide. (Wikipedia)

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Cite this (BioGrid Australia, RRID:SCR_006334)

URL: http://www.biogrid.org.au

Resource Type: Resource, data analysis service, production service resource, analysis service resource, database, service resource, data or information resource

A federated data sharing platform and infrastructure that provides access to real-time clinical, imaging and biospecimen data across jurisdictions, institutions and diseases. The web-based platform provides a secure infrastructure that advances health research by linking privacy-protected and ethically approved data among a wide network of health collaborators. Access to de-identified health records data is granted to authorized researchers after an application process so patient privacy and intellectual property are protected. BioGrid Australia''s approved researchers are provided access to multiple institutional databases, via the BioGrid interface, preventing gaps in patient records and research analysis. This legal and ethical arrangement with participating collaborators allows BioGrid to connect data through a common platform where data governance and access is managed by a highly skilled team. Data governance, security and ethics are at the core of BioGrid''s federated data sharing platform that securely links patient level clinical, biospecimen, genetic and imaging data sets across multiple sites and diseases for the purpose of medical research. BioGrid''s infrastructure and data management strategies address the increasing need by authorized researchers to dynamically extract and analyze data from multiple sources whilst protecting patient privacy. BioGrid has the capability to link data with other datasets, produce tailored reports for auditing and reporting and provide statistical analysis tools to conduct more advanced research analysis. In the health sector, BioGrid is a trusted independent virtual real-time data repository. Government investment in BioGrid has facilitated a combination of technology, collaboration and ethics approval processes for data sharing that exist nowhere else in the world.

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Cite this (Brain Research Institute Biobank Resources, RRID:SCR_008756)

URL: http://www.bri.ucla.edu/research/resources

Resource Type: Resource, biomaterial supply resource, image collection, tissue bank, brain bank, material resource, data or information resource

Brain bank resources which include postmortem human frozen brain tissue and matched cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and blood available for scientists to search for etiopathogeneses of human disease. The National Neurological Research Specimen Bank and the Multiple Sclerosis Human Neurospecimen Bank maintains a collection of quick frozen and formalin fixed postmortem human brain tissue and frozen cerebrospinal fluid from patients with neurological diseases, including Alzheimer's Disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, depressive disorder/suicide, and epilepsy, among others. Diagnoses are documented by clinical medical records and gross/microscopic neuropathology. The Neuropathology Laboratory at the UCLA Medical Center maintains a bank of frozen, formalin and paraformaldehyde-fixed and paraffin-embedded postmortem human brain tissues and frozen cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) from patients who die with Alzheimer's disease and other dementing and degenerative illnesses, as well as control materials removed in a similar fashion from patients who are neurologically normal.

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Cite this (Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program, RRID:SCR_006456)

URL: http://cdmrp.army.mil/

Resource Type: Resource, funding resource

Fund the best research to eradicate diseases and support the warfighter to benefit the American Public. They promote innovative research, recognizing untapped opportunities, creating partnerships, and guarding the public trust. Research Program topics include: * Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis * Autism * Bone Marrow Failure * Breast Cancer * Defense Medical Research and Development Program * Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy * Gulf War Illness * Lung Cancer * Multiple Sclerosis * Neurofibromatosis * Ovarian Cancer * Peer Reviewed Cancer * Peer Reviewed Medical * Peer Reviewed Orthopaedic * Prostate Cancer * Psychological Health / Traumatic Brain Injury * Spinal Cord Injury * Tuberous Sclerosis Complex

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Cite this (Danish Multiple Sclerosis Biobank, RRID:SCR_000089)

URL: http://www.ms-research.dk/genetics.htm

Resource Type: Resource, disease-related portal, topical portal, research forum portal, biomaterial supply resource, portal, material resource, data or information resource

We have collected DNA for more than 15 years, and today we have DNA from more than 1,800 Danish MS patients and 1,200 controls, all kept in the Danish Multiple Sclerosis Biobank in DMSC. In order to increase the sample size for genetic testing, we have participated in the Nordic MS Genetic Network since 1994, and today the Nordic material consists of more than 6,000 MS cases and 6,000 controls. The research in DMSC is focused on the candidate gene approaches and the genetic influence on the differences in treatment response. We are part of the IMSGC (International Multiple Sclerosis Genetic Consortium) and the Wellcome Trust Case Control Consortium (WTCCC), where 23 research groups from 15 countries are performing the largest set of MS genome-wide association study (GWAS), genotyping 11,000 cases and 11,000 controls using 500,000 SNP chip. Primary results have elucidated associations to more than 100 gene variations (SNPs). Following this collaboration we are joining the Immunochip Consortium, where 1,000 Danish cases and 1,000 Danish controls participate in a large scale genetic analysis, investigating best genes/regions/SNPs in MS together with other international MS research groups and 9 other autoimmune diseases research groups, looking for shared autoimmune genes. The risk of MS has been increasing over the last 50 years, especially among women older than 40 years. On this background we have initiated a project looking at aspects of gender differences, including different treatment responses. Furthermore, we have initiated a large-scale vitamin D project, investigating gene variations within the vitamin D pathway, and the importance of vitamin D in clinical and immunological disease activity. In addition, we have collected more than 800 questionnaires from MS patients dealing in detail with lifestyle and environmental exposure for a project studying gene-environmental interactions.

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Cite this (Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health, RRID:SCR_013149)

URL: http://brain.ubc.ca/

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, portal, data or information resource

Research facility for research on neurological and psychiatric disorders on the learning brain and the aging brain. The Centre utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to explore the causes and potential treatments of disorders like Alzheimer's disease, mental health and addiction, stroke and neurotrauma. The Centre focuses on translating research into patient care and therapies.

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Cite this (GSE13732, RRID:SCR_003648)

URL: http://ranchobiosciences.com/gse13732/

Resource Type: Resource, data set, data or information resource

Curated data set from a study that developed biomarkers that may predict development of Clinically Isolated Syndrome (CIS) into a full multiple sclerosis. Expression data was taken from 37 CIS patients and 28 healthy controls at baseline. 34 CIS patients and 10 healthy controls were resampled at a second time point, approximately one year later. Patients were followed clinically for up to two years to determine the TTC (time to conversion to MS).

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Cite this (GWASrap, RRID:SCR_013144)

URL: http://jjwanglab.org/gwasrap

Resource Type: Resource, data analysis service, data access protocol, production service resource, analysis service resource, data set, web service, service resource, software resource, data or information resource

GWASrap is a comprehensive web-based bioinformatics tool to systematically support variant representation, annotation and prioritization for data generated from genome-wide association studies (GWAS) and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS). Our web-based framework utilizes state-of-the-art web technologies to maximize user interaction and visualization of the results. For a given SNP dataset with its P-values, GWASrap will first provide a Circos-style plot to visualize any genetic variants at either the genome or chromosome level. The tool then combines different genomic features (SNP/CNV density, disease susceptibility loci, etc.) with comprehensive annotations that give the researcher an intuitive view of the functional significance of the different genomic regions. The detailed statistics of the underlying study are also displayed on the web page, including variant distribution in different functional categories, classic Manhattan plot and QQ plot. Users can perform interactive operations in the Manhattan panel, such as zooming in and out to search regions or markers of interest. The system can also display a comprehensive range of relevant information from variant genetic attributes to nearby genomic elements, such as enhancers or non-coding RNAs. Furthermore, researchers can obtain extensive functional predictions for various features including transcription factor-binding sites, miRNA and miRNA target sites, and their predicted changes caused by the genetic variants. Our system can re-prioritize genetic variants by combining the original statistical value and variant prioritization score based on a simple additive effect equation. Researchers can also re-evaluate the significance of a trait/disease-associated SNP (TAS) using the dynamic linkage disequilibrium (LD) panel or the tree-like network panel. The GWASrap supports input variants in different formats, not only common variants with a dbSNP rs ID but also rare variants from NGS data, which are represented by chromosome and locations. GWASrap provides a range of web services for data retrieving about the annotation information and effect prediction of each variant in dbSNP using the SOAP interface. The WSDL for each service is available in the API tab. Each service returns JSON string including all related information with key/value. GWASrap provides running results about some current published GWAS as well as a category view for each hot disease / trait. The dataset is brought from published database GWAS or curated from literature.

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Cite this (Human Nervous System Disease and Injury, RRID:SCR_006370)

URL: http://www.callisto-science.org/NSI/Neuroscience_Image_Database/Images%20of%20the%20Human%20Nervous%20System%20-%20Disease%20&%20Injury.html

Resource Type: Resource, data set, image collection, data or information resource

A collection of images of the human nervous system focusing on disease and injury.

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Cite this (Hungarian Neurological-Psychiatric Biobank, RRID:SCR_003715)

URL: http://www.mknt.hu/sites/default/files/NEPSYBANK_0.doc

Resource Type: Resource, biomaterial supply resource, material resource, tissue bank, data or information resource

The Hungarian Society of Clinical Neurgenetics established a nationwide collaboration for prospective collection of human biological materials and databases from patient with neurological and psychiatric diseases. The basic triangle of the NEPSYBANK is the sample, the information and the study management. The present participants of the NEPSYBANK are the Department of Neurology and Psychiatry of the four Medical Universities (in Budapest, Debrecen, Pecs, Szeged) and the National Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology in Budapest. The NEPSYBANK is a disease based biobank collecting both phenotypical and environmental data and biological materials such as DNA/RNA, whole blood, plasma, cerebral spinal fluid, muscle / nerve / skin biopsy, brain, and fibroblast. The target of the diseases is presently (Phase I): stroke syndromes, dementias, movement disorders, motoneuron diseases, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, schizophrenia, alcohol addiction. In the near future (Phase II.) it is planned to enlarge the scale with headaches, disorders of the peripheral nerves, disorders of neuromuscular transmission, disorders of skeletal muscle, depression, anxiety. DNA/RNA is usually extracted from whole blood, but occasionally different tissues such as muscle, brain etc. can be used as well. The extracting procedures differ among the institutes, but in all cases the concentration and the quality of the DNA/RNA must be registered in the database. Participating institutional biobanks have committed themselves to follow common quality standards, which provide access to samples after prioritization on scientific grounds only. In every case the following data are registered. 1. General data: main bank categories, age, sex, ethnicity, body height, body weight, economic stats, education, type of place of living, marital status, birth complications, alcohol, drugs, smoking. 2. Sample properties (sample ID, type of sample, date of extraction, concentration, and level of purity). General patient data as blood pressure, heart rate, internal medical status, ECG, additional diseases. Disease specific question e.g. in schizophrenia the diagnosis after DSMIV and ICD 10, detailed diagnostic questions after both classification, detailed psychiatric and neurological status, laboratory findings, rating scales, data of neuroimaging, genetic tests, applied medication (with generic name, dose, duration), adverse drug effects and other treatments. The Biobank Information Management System (BIMS) is responsible for linkage of databases containing information on the individual sample donors. If you want to have samples from the NEPSYBANK an application must be submitted containing the following information: short research plan including aims and study design, ethic application with a positive decision, specific demands regarding the right of disposition, agreements with grant organizations which regulate immaterial property, information about financing (academic grants, support from industry). All participants have the right to withdraw their samples through a simple order.

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Cite this (Jaeb Center for Health Research, RRID:SCR_001513)

URL: http://www.jaeb.org/

Resource Type: Resource, disease-related portal, topical portal, bibliography, data set, portal, data or information resource

Freestanding, nonprofit coordinating center for multi-center clinical trials and epidemiologic research that focus on projects involving eye disorders or type 1 diabetes.

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Cite this (Karolisnka Biobank, RRID:SCR_004355)

URL: http://ki.se/en/research/ki-biobank

Resource Type: Resource, production service resource, analysis service resource, biomaterial supply resource, material analysis service, service resource, storage service resource, biomaterial analysis service, material resource, material storage repository

KI Biobank is an accredited core facility offering sample collection services. KI Biobank is located at the Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics. KI Biobank offer infrastructure for pre analytical sample handling and provide researchers guidance on how samples should be taken and labeled. The processes comprise registration, handling, storage and distribution of samples. KI Biobank also offers DNA-extraction from blood and saliva. In order to insure complete traceability on samples and belonging information all processes are controlled by a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS). For every new study a contract is established describing the study and the disposition rights. We also help in writing Biobank agreements including multicenteravtal and Material Transfer Agreement. KI Biobank is, according to the Biobank law, responsible for all sample collections handled within the core facility and those that are stored on the departments on KI campus. Clinical sample collections are handled by the Biobank units at the respective hospitals within the Stockholm County Council. Besides the samples that are stored centrally at KI Biobank, KI Biobank is also the administrative biobank for research sample collections at Karolinska Institutet that are stored and administrated at the departments. All research sample collections must be reported to KI Biobank. The following types of sample collections are registered in the biobank; sample collections taken within the regular health care that has been transferred to Karolinska Institutet with an agreement of transfer, samples taken from healthy individuals or other persons out of the regular health care and samples that have been taken abroad.

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Cite this (KI Biobank - EIMS, RRID:SCR_005898)

URL: http://ki.se/en/imm/eims-an-epidemiological-investigation-of-risk-factors-for-multiple-sclerosis

Resource Type: Resource, disease-related portal, topical portal, research forum portal, biomaterial supply resource, portal, material resource, data or information resource

A multi-center population based epidemiological investigation of risk factors for Multiple Sclerosis (MS), where lifestyle- and environmental factors are examined systematically with concurrent genetic information. Newly diagnosed cases of MS in a geographically defined population and randomly chosen controls are identified and asked to answer a questionnaire on lifestyle, previous exposures at work, home and during spare time activities. For both cases and controls blood samples are taken for analysis of putative risk genes since environmental exposures probably contributes to disease only in individuals with certain genotypes. Exposures of interest are different sociodemographic factors, smoking, sunlight exposure, oral contraceptives / hormonal factors, butyrophilin (a milk protein), vaccinations, infections, atopic disease, organic solvents, mineral oils and a number of different psychosocial factors, such as critical lifetime events. Data from more than 1600 cases and 3200 controls are currently collected. (August 2014) The intention is to continue with the data collection over several years in order to analyse how genes and environment interact. The study is a collaboration between different institutions at Karolinska Institutet and neurological centers from 38 different hospitals in Sweden. Sample types * EDTA whole blood * DNA * Plasma * Serum

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Cite this (Mouse Biomedical Informatics Research Network, RRID:SCR_003392)

URL: http://www.loni.usc.edu/BIRN/Projects/Mouse/

Resource Type: Resource, data set, atlas, reference atlas, data or information resource

Animal model data primarily focused on mice including high resolution MRI, light and electron microscopic data from normal and genetically modified mice. It also has atlases, and the Mouse BIRN Atlasing Toolkit (MBAT) which provides a 3D visual interface to spatially registered distributed brain data acquired across scales. The goal of the Mouse BIRN is to help scientists utilize model organism databases for analyzing experimental data. Mouse BIRN has ended. The next phase of this project is the Mouse Connectome Project (https://www.nitrc.org/projects/mcp/). The Mouse BIRN testbeds initially focused on mouse models of neurodegenerative diseases. Mouse BIRN testbed partners provide multi-modal, multi-scale reference image data of the mouse brain as well as genetic and genomic information linking genotype and brain phenotype. Researchers across six groups are pooling and analyzing multi-scale structural and functional data and integrating it with genomic and gene expression data acquired from the mouse brain. These correlated multi-scale analyses of data are providing a comprehensive basis upon which to interpret signals from the whole brain relative to the tissue and cellular alterations characteristic of the modeled disorder. BIRN's infrastructure is providing the collaborative tools to enable researchers with unique expertise and knowledge of the mouse an opportunity to work together on research relevant to pre-clinical mouse models of neurological disease. The Mouse BIRN also maintains a collaborative Web Wiki, which contains announcements, an FAQ, and much more.

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Cite this (MS lesion segmentation challenge 2008, RRID:SCR_002425)

URL: http://www.nitrc.org/projects/msseg

Resource Type: Resource, narrative resource, data set, training material, data or information resource

Training material for the MS lesion segmentation challenge 2008 to compare different algorithms to segment the MS lesions from brain MRI scans. Data used for the workshop is composed of 54 brain MRI images and represents a range of patients and pathology which was acquired from Children's Hospital Boston and University of North Carolian. Data has initially been randomized into three groups: 20 training MRI images, 24 testing images for the qualifying and 8 for the onsite contest at the 2008 workshop. The downloadable online database consists now of the training images (including reference segmentations) and all the 32 combined testing images (without segmentations). The naming has not been changed in comparison to the workshop compeition in order to allow easy comparison between the workshop papers and the online database papers. One dataset has been removed (UNC_test1_Case02) due to considerable motion present only in its T2 image (without motion artifacts in T1 and FLAIR). Such a dataset unfairly penalizes methods that use T2 images versus methods that don't use the T2 image. Currently all cases have been segmented by expert raters at each institution. They have significant intersite variablility in segmentation. MS lesion MRI image data for this competition was acquired seperately by Children's Hospital Boston and University of North Carolina. UNC cases were acquired on Siemens 3T Allegra MRI scanner with slice thickness of 1mm and in-plane resolution of 0.5mm. To ease the segmentation process all data has been rigidly registered to a common reference frame and resliced to isotrophic voxel spacing using b-spline based interpolation. Pre-processed data is stored in NRRD format containing an ASCII readable header and a separate uncompressed raw image data file. This format is ITK compatible. If you want to join the competition, you can download data set from links here, and submit your segmentation results at http://www.ia.unc.edu/MSseg after registering your team. They require team name, password, and email address for future contact. Once experiment is completed, you can submit the segmentation data in a zip file format. Please refer submission page for uploading data format.

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