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Resource:Brain Architecture Project

Name: Resource:Brain Architecture Project
Description: Evolving portal that will provide interactive tools and resources to allow researchers, clinicians, and students to discover, analyze, and visualize what is known about the brain's organization, and what the evidence is for that knowledge. This project has a current experimental focus: creating the first brainwide mesoscopic connectivity diagram in the mouse. Related efforts for the human brain currently focus on literature mining and an Online Brain Atlas Reconciliation Tool.

The primary goal of the Brain Architecture Project is to assemble available knowledge about the structure of the nervous system, with an ultimate emphasis on the human CNS. Such information is currently scattered in research articles, textbooks, electronic databases and datasets, and even as samples on laboratory shelves. Pooling the knowledge across these heterogeneous materials - even simply getting to know what we know - is a complex challenge that requires an interdisciplinary approach and the contributions and support of the greater community.

Their approach can be divided into 4 major thrusts:

  • Literature Curation and Text Mining
  • Computational Analysis
  • Resource Development
  • Experimental Efforts
Other Name(s): BrainArchitecture.org
Abbreviation: BrainArchitecture
Parent Organization: Resource:Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Supporting Agency: Resource:W. M. Keck Foundation, NIMH, NIDA, Crick-Clay Professorship in Biomathematics at CSHL
Resource Type(s): Topical portal
Resource: Resource
URL: http://brainarchitecture.org/
*Id: nlx_143664
Keywords: Central nervous system, connectivity, mapping, model, neuroanatomy, organism, post-mortem, structure, Nervous system, Structure, Human, Mouse, Brain, Zebra finch, Addiction gene, Addiction
Organism: Human, Mouse, Zebra finch, Marmoset
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Curation status: Curated

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CurationStatuscurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://brainarchitecture.org/  +
DefinitionEvolving portal that will provide interact Evolving portal that will provide interactive tools and resources to allow researchers, clinicians, and students to discover, analyze, and visualize what is known about the brain's organization, and what the evidence is for that knowledge. This project has a current experimental focus: creating the first brainwide mesoscopic connectivity diagram in the mouse. Related efforts for the human brain currently focus on literature mining and an Online Brain Atlas Reconciliation Tool.

The primary goal of the Brain Architecture Project is to assemble available knowledge about the structure of the nervous system, with an ultimate emphasis on the human CNS. Such information is currently scattered in research articles, textbooks, electronic databases and datasets, and even as samples on laboratory shelves. Pooling the knowledge across these heterogeneous materials - even simply getting to know what we know - is a complex challenge that requires an interdisciplinary approach and the contributions and support of the greater community.

Their approach can be divided into 4 major thrusts:

  • Literature Curation and Text Mining
  • Computational Analysis
  • Resource Development
  • Experimental Efforts esource Development
  • Experimental Efforts
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Has roleTopical portal  +
Idnlx_143664  +
Is part ofResource:Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory  +
KeywordsCentral nervous system  +, Connectivity  +, Mapping  +, Model  +, Neuroanatomy  +, Organism  +, Post-mortem  +, Structure  +, Nervous system  +, Human  +, Mouse  +, Brain  +, Zebra finch  +, Addiction gene  +, and Addiction  +
LabelResource:Brain Architecture Project  +
ModifiedDate1 August 2013  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
SpeciesHuman  +, Mouse  +, Zebra finch  +, and Marmoset  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
Supporting AgencyResource:W. M. Keck Foundation  +, National Institute of Mental Health  +, National Institute on Drug Abuse  +, and Crick-Clay Professorship in Biomathematics at CSHL  +
SynonymBrainArchitecture.org  +