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Density measurements of different receptors for CA2 (Hippocampus) [human, v1.0]

N. Palomero-Gallagher & K. Zilles
This dataset contains the densities (in fmol/mg protein) of receptors for classical neurotransmitters in CA2 (Hippocampus) obtained by means of quantitative _in vitro_ autoradiography. The receptor densities are visualized as _fingerprints_ (**fp**), which provide the mean density and standard deviation for each of the analyzed receptor types, averaged across samples. Overview of available measurements [ **receptor** \| **_neurotransmitter_** \| _labeling agent_ ]: **AMPA** \| **_glutamate_** \| _[3H]AMPA_ **kainate** \| **_glutamate_** \| _[3H]kainate_ **NMDA** \| **_glutamate_**...

Swanson's “Brain Maps: Structure of the Rat Brain” (1st edition) spatially registered to the Waxholm Space atlas of the rat brain

I.E. Bjerke, U. Schlegel, M. Puchades, J.G. Bjaalie & T.B. Leergaard
The dataset contains location metadata defining the spatial registration of the 1st edition of “Brain Maps: Structure of the Rat Brain” (Swanson, 1992) to the MRI/DTI image volume of the Waxholm Space atlas of the rat brain (Version 1.01; RRID:SCR017124). The stereotaxic atlas by Swanson contains 73 coronal diagrams from an adult Sprague-Dawley rat. The schematic diagram images were spatially registered to the Waxholm Space atlas of the rat brain. The dataset consists of .png...

Structural and functional connectivity data of the ARCHI database in the Constellation atlas

D. Rivière, S. Lefranc, C. Poupon, D. Duclap & J. F. Mangin
Structural connectivity matrices and resting-state functional data have been collected on the 78 subjects of the ARCHI database. Connectivity data have been mapped on the Constellation atlas, which is derived from the Desikan as follows. The Constellation atlas has been built as a subdivision of the regions of the Desikan atlas, based on the structural connectivity data of this specific group of subjects. The subdivision has been computed with the Constellation toolbox, in such a...

Morphological reconstruction of the direct-pathway striatal projection neuron expressing D1 dopamine receptor

A. K. Kozlov & R. Lindroos
Digital 3D reconstruction of the neuron morphology publicly available at NeuroMorpho.Org is further corrected to assure uniform and standardized representation in computer simulations. In particular, the neurites cut at the slice border are repaired using intact branches inside the slice. Local axon collaterals are added using other cell's reconstruction. Original reconstruction: http://neuromorpho.org/dableFiles/kellendonk/CNG%20version/WT-P270-20.CNG.swc

Reference delineations of Subiculum (Hippocampus) in individual sections of the BigBrain

O. Kedo, K. Zilles, N. Palomero-Gallagher, S. Bludau & K. Amunts
This dataset contains cytoarchitectonic delineations of the Subicular Complex including the prosubiculum (ProS), subiculum proper (Sub), presubiculum (PreS) and parasubiculum (PaS) in the BigBrain dataset [Amunts et al. 2013]. The delineations were created after identification of the areas in the histological, cell-stained sections based on the cytoarchitectonic criteria. Mappings of ProS, Sub, PreS and PaS are available on every 15th to 60th section in both hemispheres. They were then transformed to the sections of the...

Paxinos & Franklin's “The Mouse Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates” (2nd edition) spatially registered to the Allen Mouse Common Coordinate Framework

I.E. Bjerke, U. Schlegel, M. Puchades, J.G. Bjaalie & T.B. Leergaard
The dataset contains location metadata defining the spatial registration of the 2nd edition of “The Mouse Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates” (Paxinos & Franklin, 2001) to the serial two-photon tomography (STPT) volume of the Allen Mouse Common Coordinate Framework (CCF, version 3; Oh et al., 2015). The stereotaxic atlas of Franklin & Paxinos contains revised delineations of 100 coronal and 32 sagittal diagrams from young adult C57BL/6J mice. The schematic diagram images were spatially registered to...

Probabilistic cytoarchitectonic map of Area TE 2.2 (STG) (v5.1)

D. Zachlod, P. Morosan, S. Bludau, H. Mohlberg, K. Zilles & K. Amunts
This dataset contains the distinct architectonic Area TE 2.2 (STG) in the individual, single subject template of the MNI Colin 27 as well as the MNI ICBM 152 2009c nonlinear asymmetric reference space. As part of the Julich-Brain cytoarchitectonic atlas, the area was identified using cytoarchitectonic analysis on cell-body-stained histological sections of 10 human postmortem brains obtained from the body donor program of the University of Düsseldorf. The results of the cytoarchitectonic analysis were then...

Comparability of basal ganglia delineations across different mouse brain atlases

I.E. Bjerke, M. Puchades, J.G. Bjaalie & T.B. Leergaard
The dataset contains an evaluation of the comparability of basal ganglia delineations in three commonly used mouse brain atlases to similarly named, or in other ways corresponding, regions in the Allen Mouse Common Coordinate Framework (CCF). The degree of spatial correspondence between delineations was semi-quantitatively scored by inspection of serial atlas images from different atlases co-registered to the CCF. The dataset consists of an .xlxs file summarising spatial relationships and a .pdf file with accompanying...

Ultrahigh resolution 3D cytoarchitectonic map of Area hOc1 (V1, 17, CalcS) created by a Deep-Learning assisted workflow

C. Schiffer, K. Kiwitz, K. Amunts & T. Dickscheid
This dataset contains automatically created cytoarchitectonic maps of Area hOc1 (V1, 17, CalcS) in the BigBrain dataset [Amunts et al. 2013]. The mappings were created using Deep Convolutional Neural networks based on the idea presented in Spitzer et al. 2017 and Spitzer et al. 2018, which were trained on delineations on every 120th section created using the semi-automatic method presented in Schleicher et al. 1999. Mappings are available on every section. Their quality was observed...

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