Scaffold map - Influence of direct colon tissue electrical stimulation on colonic motility in anesthetized male Yucatan minipig

Mabelle Lin
Hugh Sorby
Peter Hunter

Time series manometry data derived from direct proximal colon, transverse colon and distal wall electrical stimulation in the original dataset are mapped onto the pig colon scaffold.

Updated on August 21, 2022 (Version 3)

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Mabelle Lin
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Study Purpose: The goal of this work is to map manometry data to an annotated generic pig colon scaffold.

Data Collection: The pig colon generic scaffold is created based on the general description and average dimensions of pig colons as measured by Tache et al who provide data to be registered on the scaffold. Colonic luminal pressure map was generated from direct electrical stimulation of proximal (pC), transverse (tC) and distal (dC) colon done using planar flexible multi-electrode array panels. The data was derived from the original dataset.

Primary Conclusion: None stated

Curator's Notes

Experimental Design: Not applicable.

Completeness: This dataset is being used to investigate the visualization of physiological data. We anticipate that we may need to make some tweaks as we test this dataset using the dataset staging environment. Once the investigation is complete, we will update this dataset with the correct scaffold maps and update the dataset as complete.

Subjects & Samples: Young adult male Yucatan pigs (n=28), 27 - 32 kilograms, were used for this study.

Primary vs derivative data: The primary folder contains the mapping tool provenance data file needed to produce the scaffold map. The mapping tool will be accessible from the release download page on the SPARC Portal. The derivative folder contains JSON files which are used to generate a visualization of the scaffold map on the web portal.


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July 13, 2022
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August 21, 2022 (Version 3)
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