Reference: Macaque Cortical Parcellations and Yerkes19 MRI-based Atlas

Macaque Cortical Parcellations and Yerkes19 MRI-based Atlas


This Macaque reference dataset contains data from the Yerkes19 surface-based atlas (Donahue et al., 2016, 2018), processed through the HCP Non-human primate pipelines:
1) Group-average structural MRI data (Macaque_Yerkes19_GroupAvg_Parcels_BALSAref.scene; ID: 0L2wl) - 94MB
2) Individual structural MRI and assorted surface maps for each of 19 macaques (Macaque_Yerkes19_Individuals_BALSAref.scene; ID: lL31z) - 1.04GB
Given the large differences in file size, downloading only the first scene file and its associated data files is recommended unless the individual-subject data files are specifically needed.

Yerkes19 dataset: 19 individual rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta), 1 male, 18 female

Key references:
Donahue, C., Sotiropoulos, SN, Jbabd,i S, Hernandez-Fernandez, M, Behrens, TE, Dyrby, TB, Coalson, T, Kennedy, H, Knoblauch, K, Van Essen, DC, Glasser, MF. (2016) Using diffusion tractography to predict cortical connection strength and distance: A quantitative comparison with tracers in the monkey.  J. Neuroscience 36:6758-6770.  PMID: 27335406
Donahue, C.J., M.F. Glasser, T.M. Preuss, J.K. Rilling, and D.C. Van Essen. (2018) Quantitative assessment of prefrontal cortex in humans relative to nonhuman primates. Proc Natl Acad Sci. 115: E5183-E5192
Van Essen, DC, Glasser, MF, Dierker, D and Harwell, J (2012) Cortical parcellations of the Macaque monkey analyzed on surface-based atlases. Cerebral Cortex 22: 2227-2240. (doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhr290) PMID: 22052704