Revised March 2012
Allen Brain Atlas
The Allen Brain Atlas project, named for its founder Paul G. Allen, will combine the disciplines of neuroanatomy and genomics to create the most comprehensive map of the brain at the cellular level, illustrating the functional anatomy of the brain through a collection of gene expression maps, brain circuits and cell locations.
NINDS GENSAT BAC TRANSGENIC PROJECT
The Gensat database contains a gene expression atlas of the central nervous system of the mouse based on bacterial artificial chromosomes (BACs).
The Cell Centered Database or CCDB was created to house the types of high resolution 3D light and electron microscopic reconstructions produced at the National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research.
MAP Mouse Atlas Project
The goal of the Mouse Atlas Project (MAP) is to empower researchers with the ability to compare gene expression patterns with a conveniently accessible inventory of digital brain maps.
The goal of the project is to analyze and compare gene expression patterns in the mouse brain.
- Caltech Mouse Atlas
The Mouse Brain Library at the University of Tennessee
Many different strains of mice, high-resolution scans of ~20 sections on a slide
e-Mouse Atlas Project
Atlas of mouse embryos
The Center for In Vivo Microscopy at Duke University
MuriTech Internet Atlas of Mouse Development
Internet accessible mouse embryo atlas, commercial
The High Resolution Mouse Brain Atlas at Harvard University
2D, nissl and myelin, collection of images
NeuroMouse at Mount Sinai Hospital Research Institute
Available on CD, hypertext atlas containing images and text
Imaging of Embryos at the University of Michigan
Collections of images of mouse embryos
The Visible Mouse at the University of California, Davis
Whole mouse atlas, multiple modality (MRI, histology, GEMs)
Common Mouse at UW, MSU, and NMHM
Collections of images of various mammals, including mouse (2 pics) and rat
Mouse Atlas of Gene Expression
This project aims to be a quantitative and comprehensive atlas of gene expression in mouse development. More background on this project can be found on the About the Project page.
Outlines NIDA’s drug abuse and addiction research strategic priorities for the next 5 years, focusing on prevention, treatment, HIV/AIDS, and other cross-cutting issues.