About the Mouse Brain Architecture Project
The goal of the Mouse Brain Architecture Project is to gain a comprehensive neuroanatomical understanding of the whole mouse brain at the mesoscopic scale[^]. It consists of a high throughput neuro-histological pipeline for doing injection-based tractography, an analysis pipeline for tera-voxel brain volumes and a web portal for data dissemination. The project was initiated with workshops in 2007-08, leading to a position paper[^] proposing brain-wide mesoscale connectivity mapping in vertebrate brains.
– Cursor Search: Click on a point to find the coordinates to view injected datasets
– Directory Tree: Use grouping to search for specific regions and areas to access injected dataset information
About the Data
Datasets include mouse information, tracer location, and image details to visualize projections
Specified regions and areas throughout the brain
Projection patterns and defined neuronal populations
MBA licensing and citation policy
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