Offers a 3D brain atlas for the callithrix jacchus (common marmoset). Brain/MINDS supplies an image library in NIfTI format, with separate volumes for the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), Nissl and region segmentation. The atlas includes macroscopic, mesoscopic and microscopic structural data and aims to be compatible with a wide range of tools for neuroinformatics data integration and analysis. The repository is part of Japan’s Brain/MINDS project.
Provides a squirrel monkey brain atlas. VALiDATe29 is based on multiple magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) contrasts acquired on 29 specimens. It was constructed on a basis of 29 young adult to adult-aged squirrel monkeys of two species, Saimiri sciureus, and Saimiri boliviensis. All images were acquired by a fast inversion recovery gradient echo sequence. The database contains specific tissue labels defined in atlas space that can serve as a priori anatomical information.
Stores megapixels of scanned images of serial sections of both primate and non-primate brains. BrainMaps is a brain atlas which gives access to complete brain datasets for various species. The database also provides a suite of desktop applications for interacting with and analyzing the data. By allowing for interactive visualization of completely digitized brains at submicron resolution, it can be useful for research and for didactic purposes, such as the teaching of neuroanatomy.
Stores neuroimaging datasets from humans and nonhuman primates. BALSA collects several types of anatomically and functionally derived spatial maps (such as cortical and subcortical parcellations, myelin maps, and retinotopic maps). This database contains connectivity data derived from retrograde tracers, tractography and resting-state functional connectivity. Registered users can submit analyzes neuroimaging data.
Offers a collection of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) concerning the starling. Starling Brain Atlas is based on several scanning protocols and allows users to visualize a wide range of neural structures. It can serve for the visualization of the starling’s song control and auditory systems. This database can match any surgical setup or histological protocol. It was constructed without using dehydration or freeze-protection steps, with the skull intact.