Add local folder to VivoQuant as repository

Add local folder to VivoQuant as repository

Note: when loading data with an iPACS, this is the preferred method of opening data, rather than simply double clicking or dragging and dropping the data into the application.

VivoQuant has 3 types of repositories: Local Folder, DICOM server, and iPACS.

Each are added in the same dialogue, which can be reached from the data browser either by using the menu File > Data Browser, or by clicking the Data Browser button.

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In the resulting window, click the + button:

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From here, enter a display name for the repository and click the ‘Local Folder’ button. In the ‘Folder’ menu, click the ‘…’ button to select a folder path:

Click ‘OK’.

Selected Publications

See the list below for recent work done by our brilliant collaborators using VivoQuant for analysis.

As always, please remember to cite VivoQuant if you have used it in your research by mentioning VivoQuant (inviCRO, Boston MA). Thank you.

Park TY, Nishida KS, Wilson CM, Jaiswal S, Scott J, Hoy AR, Selwyn RG, Dardzinski BJ, Choi KH. Effects of isoflurane anesthesia and intravenous morphine self-administration on regional glucose metabolism ([18F] FDG-PET) of male Sprague-Dawley rats. European Journal of Neuroscience. 2017; 45(7): 922-931.

Jaiswal S, Hockenbury N, Meyer C, Hoy A, Dardzinski B, Byrnes K. Evaluation of Intranasal Insulin Administration on Regional Metabolic Changes in Rat Brain with Cognitive testing during Uptake using [18F] FDG PET following moderate CCI. Journal of Nuclear Medicine. 2017; 58(1): 655.

Jaiswal S, Cramer N, Scott J, Meyer C, Xu X, Whiting K, Hoy A, Galdzicki Z, Dardzinski B. [18F] FDG PET to study the effect of simulated high altitude on regional brain activity in mice. Journal of Nuclear Medicine. 2017; 58(1): 1246.

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