Dipole Source Localization of Mouse Electroencephalogram using the Fieldtrip Toolbox

Title
Dipole Source Localization of Mouse Electroencephalogram using the Fieldtrip Toolbox
Authors
이충기Robert Oostenveld이수현김래현성호근최지현
Keywords
Source Localization; Electroencephalography (EEG); Mouse Model; Brain; Microarray; FieldTrip; Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC); Area under the ROC (AUC)
Issue Date
2013-11
Publisher
PLoS ONE
Citation
VOL 8, NO 11, e79442-1-e79442-9
Abstract
The mouse model is an important research tool in neurosciences to examine brain function and diseases with genetic perturbation in different brain regions. However, the limited techniques to map activated brain regions under specific experimental manipulations has been a drawback of the mouse model compared to human functional brain mapping. Here, we present a functional brain mapping method for fast and robust in vivo brain mapping of the mouse brain. The method is based on the acquisition of high density electroencephalography (EEG) with a microarray and EEG source estimation to localize the electrophysiological origins. We adapted the Fieldtrip toolbox for the source estimation, taking advantage of its software openness and flexibility in modeling the EEG volume conduction. Three source estimation techniques were compared: Distribution source modeling with minimum-norm estimation (MNE), scanning with multiple signal classification (MUSIC), and single-dipole fitting. Known sources to evaluate the performance of the localization methods were provided using optogenetic tools. The accuracy was quantified based on the receiver operating characteristic (ROC) analysis. The mean detection accuracy was high, with a false positive rate less than 1.3% and 7% at the sensitivity of 90% plotted with the MNE and MUSIC algorithms, respectively. The mean center-to-center distance was less than 1.2 mm in single dipole fitting algorithm. Mouse microarray EEG source localization using microarray allows a reliable method for functional brain mapping in awake mouse opening an access to cross-species study with human brain.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/45930
ISSN
19326203
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