I’m trying to figure out how best to perform slice timing correction with ASL data (assuming it is, in fact, worth doing). Based on how ASL is acquired, in which control and label volumes are alternated, applying slice timing correction without accounting for volume type seems like a mistake. Additionally, TRs are very long, but the actual acquisition occurs during a brief period within the TR, so it seems like that would need to be accounted for in the interpolation.
I’ve noticed that ExploreASL doesn’t apply slice timing correction, and most ASL papers I’ve come across don’t mention it, so is it something that people just don’t do? Are there perhaps specialized tools for ASL slice timing correction?
Thanks for the link @edelaire. Unfortunately, I’m asking on behalf of ASLPrep, because I want to make sure it’s performing slice-timing correction appropriately. I probably should have included that in the original post.