Contributors: Christine Jones
... The first file is a movie (.mov) of a 3d model of lumbar vertebrae 1 through 5 created from a CT scan of a prehistoric adult woman with probable brucellosis from Fate Bell Shelter. The CT scan was taken using a GE Medical systems Discovery (MI) CT scanner (slice thickness 0.625) at the Image Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin. The second file is the same data as the movie but in mesh format (.mix) created using Meshmixer.
Contributors: marcello massimini
... Animation showing the time course of scalp topographies of electroencephalographic potentials evoked by transcranial magnetic stimulation (TEPs) for different cortical targets, located within Brodmann's areas BA6, BA4, BA7 and BA19, of the left hemisphere.
Contributors: Nassr Alsaeedi
... Non-frontal video recording for left eye monitoring inside VR-headset to detect eyeblinks. Additionally, an annotation file was attached. the annotation file could be used to evaluate future similar algorithms
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Data for: Bénard-Marangoni Instability in Sessile Droplet Evaporating at Constant Contact Angle Mode on Heated Substrate
Contributors: Wan-Yuan Shi, Ji Long zhu, FENG Lin
... Movie of Figure 5, Movie of Figure 6, and Movie of Figure 7
Contributors: SARV PRIYA, Simon Ching-Shun Kao
... Real time fluoroscopy shows the malaligned/fractured distal tip of the longer catheter that appears to be still attached with no large flip-flop movement.
Data for: Solidification path and microstructure evolution of a Mg-3Al-14La alloy: implications for the Mg-rich corner of the Mg-Al-La phase diagram
Contributors: Mark Easton
... This is the video of the in-situ synchrotron observation of alloy Mg-3Al-14La as it is melted and is re-solidified.
Contributors: Juan de la Figuera, Norman Bartelt, K. F. McCarty
... 082703c-i.mov: Real space movies of the decay of the dislocations at different temperatures. The field of view is 5um. 082703k.mov Low-energy diffraction images of an island with time. In all the movies the temperature is indicated as mV of a WRe thermocouple on the lower left corner. The electron energy is indicated in the upper left corner. The time of the experiment is shown in the upper right corner.
Formation of Hierarchically Double-layer Structured Hydrophobic Surface on Wood Cell Wall via Heterogeneous Wax Coating
Contributors: Cong Chen, Wang Wang
... Some original data and video are provided.
Spike-wave seizures and "proepileptic" activity in WAG/Rij rat model of absence epilepsy as recorded in the cortex, hippocampus and thalamus
Contributors: Evgenia Sitnikova
... Version 2 Video-EEG file G8_ed2.avi v.1 is updated: the nomenclature of EEG channels is corrected. Records were taken in 8 months old male WAG/Rij rat during behavioral sleep. Bipolar recordings: Channel 1 (red)- the hippocampus, CA1 (locally); Channel 2 (green) - the ventrobasal thalamus, Po (locally). Monopolar recordings with the reference in the cerebellum: Channel 3 (blue) - the frontal cortex; Channel 4 (green) - the hippocampus, CA1; Channel 5 (red) - the ventrobasal thalamus, Po. Absence seizures (spike-wave discharges) are marked as "SWD" and episodes of "proepileptic" activity are marked as "ProEpi". "Proepileptic" activity appears in the form of rudimentary SWD prior to epileptic SWD or in the form of high voltage spindles during behavioral sleep. SWD are best seen in the monopolar recording in the frontal cortex (blue Channel 3), SWD are also present in the bipolar recordings in the hippocampus (green Channel 4) and the thalamus (red Channel 5), SWD are not seen in the monopolar recording in the hippocampus (red Channel 1).
Contributors: Evgenia Sitnikova
... version 1. video File ID=153_11m_swd-sleep.mp4 Development of EEG absence seizures in WAG/Rij rat. Video-EEG was recorded at the age of 5, 7 and 9 months. Three channels intracranial (epidural) EEG recording of spike-wave discharges taken during slow-wave sleep. (1) Red channel - frontal cortex (right); (2) Blue channel - parietal /somatosensory cortex (right); (3) Green channel - occipital cortex (right). version 2. video File A3_K3_swd-development.avi Development of EEG absence seizures in WAG/Rij rat. Video-EEG was recorded at the age of 5, 7 and 9 months. Three channels intracranial (epidural) EEG recording of spike-wave discharges taken during slow-wave sleep. (1) Red channel - frontal cortex (left); (2) Blue channel - frontal cortex (right); (3) Green channel - occipital cortex (right).