Provides several data which are freely-accessible for understanding human brain development. BrainSpan contains de novo references atlases and a high resolution magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). This tool allows to do microarray analysis on highly discrete laser microdissected brain regions. It builds on digital molecular brain atlasing efforts in mouse and adult human by providing transcriptome resources on prenatal specimens typically inaccessible for research.
Reproduces a 65 years old man brain with no detected disorders. BigBrain offers an atlas providing the reconstitution of hi-res histological sections in three-dimensions at nearly cellular resolution of 20 µm within- and between-planes. This repository can be employed for extracting both microscopic data for modeling and simulation or quantitative morphological indices of cortical substructure over the entire brain.
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.
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.
Provides a maximum probability map in stereotaxic space, which retains quantitative information regarding inter-subject variability. Hammersmith atlas is based on 83 entirely manually delineated regions (“r83”) drawn on Magnetic Resonance Images (MRI) of 30 healthy adult subjects in native space prior to spatial normalisation to MNI space. It can be useful in the monitoring of developmental growth of different brain regions in longitudinal studies and in group comparisons between normal controls and pathological cases of the same age. The atlas can be used as a base to generate individual subject atlases for functional imaging studies.
Contains 210 cortical, 36 subcortical subregions and information on both anatomical and functional connections. Brainnetome Atlas provides not only fine-grained subregions based on structural connectivity patterns but complements these by detailed functional connectivity patterns for each area. It will facilitate investigations of structure-function relationships, comparative neuroanatomical studies, and promises new biomarkers for diagnosis and clinical studies.
Provides a multi-dimensional digital map of the adult, male C57BL/6 mouse brain. Waxholm Space is a multimodality atlas of the mouse brain centered on magnetic resonance histology (MRH) data. It allows users to search about structure, function, gene expression, and protein expression in the mouse brain. The images recorded in this atlas were acquired thanks to three different magnetic resonance (MR) protocols.
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.
Offers a view of the zebra finch brain in a three-dimensional and digital manner. Zebra Finch Brain Atlas is based on an adult male zebra finch brain. It can be employed to localize brain nuclei in adult male zebra finches. This database is usable for computational sectioning of complex structures at arbitrary angles. It can reduce brain deformations and provide more precise shape and volume information.
Consists of a 3-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) atlas of the canary brain. Canary Brain Atlas was constructing using a combination of different scanning protocols. It can be employed for matching any surgical setup or histological protocol and can be applied to any birdbrain studies. This database is useful for the discovery of the relative position of brain areas and permits users to appreciate the actual shape of different brain structures.
Furnishes a set of 3-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the pigeon. Pigeon Brain Atlas describes the hippocampal complex and the basal ganglia structures as well as the sources of the descending tractus occipitomesencephalicus, tractus occipitomesencephalicus pars hypothalami, and the tractus septomesencephalis. This database can be employed to estimate the optimal head angle for stereotactic operations.
Provides a high quality parcellated neonatal atlas with detailed delineation in cortical and subcortical regions. M-CRIB aims to extend brain coverage by complementing cortical neonate schemes with basal ganglia, thalamus, cerebellum and other subcortical segmentations. It was constructed by manually parcellating areas volumetrically using high-resolution neonatal T2-weighted MRI scans, and initial automating and manually editing tissue classification, providing 100 regions in all.
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.
Regroups abdominal, brain, knee and head and neck atlas. OABrowser permits to display three dimensional anatomical models based on developing standards for atlas interoperability. It can show geometric models of anatomic structures along with textured cross-sections of volumetric data, which are also displayed in the slice panel. The database stores data in a standardized form that offers an interoperable ecosystem of atlas tools and data.
Gathers informations on the squirrel monkey brain. CHIASM is an online database that hosts both in vivo and ex vivo magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans (including anatomical and diffusion contrasts), tracer injections, and a variety of histological stains. For instance, this platform allows visualization and interaction with data, permitting users to select contrasts, locations, and varying resolutions.
Gathers a probabilistic in-vivo reference atlas about subcortical nuclei involved in reward learning and decision making. Atlaskit is composed of anatomical images, T1w and T2w templates, as well as segmentations of labels. The dataset also includes a set of tools for adding brain structures and for improving the anatomical labels’ accuracy in the collaborative repository.
Delineates fiber pathways within the cerebrum, cerebellum, brainstem, and a subset of cranial nerves. Structural Connectome Atlas is an accurate, high-resolution and normative map of both the trajectories of macroscopic white matter pathways and their connectivity diagram has remained an unmet challenge in human neuroscience. This method can be used as a high spatial and angular resolution diffusion template of the human brain.
Compiles information related with high-order language processing areas. FALCON consists of an atlas displaying more than 30 regions derived from an analysis led on over right-handers 140 adults. The database is composed of four networks: (i) LANG_CORE that provides data about areas for sentence reading, listening and production, (ii) LANG_EXE dealing with executive functions, (iii) LANG_VISU for visual cortices; and (iv) LANG_DMN that corresponds to default mode network.
Assists users for studying, finding, filtering and displaying single neuron reconstructions generated by the Janelia MouseLight project. NeuronBrowser consists of an online repository that permits users to filter results. These results can be visualized in 3-D along with the Allen brain compartments.
Consists of an interactive visualization tool for pediatric brain tumors on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Pedi-Brain Atlas Teacher is a pediatric brain atlas, and uses the XTK visualization platform.
Consists of an atlas dealing with human brain areas. BrainKnowledge is a web platform that displays both two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) code-colored views which can be displayed according multiple settings. Users can parameter anatomical description, the needed level of region of interest (ROI) as well as the brightness and the contrast of images.
Consists of a three-dimensional, high-resolution digital atlas for tilapia fish brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Tilapia Fish Brain Atlas provides different orientations of brains: transverse, sagittal, and horizontal. It displays structures in the olfactory bulb, telencephalon, diencephalon, optic tectum, and cerebellum.
Provides access to a range of anatomical data relevant to the structure and function of the Drosophila nervous system. Flybrain is an online atlas and database which provides a guide to some of the major structural elements of the brain. The database allows neurobiologists to perceive new relationships between data obtained by a variety of experimental approaches, and thus gain new insights into the workings of the Drosophila nervous system.