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Category:3D spatial image
Created 9 March 2007  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Curator Bill Bug +
Definition A type of image where pixel values represent a quantity measure over 3 spatial dimensions.
Id birnlex_2165  +
Label 3D spatial image  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 13 February 2013 20:31:09  +
ModifiedDate 13 February 2013  +
SuperCategory Image  +
Synonym Volume  +, 3D image  +
Categories Image
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Resource:BrainTrap: Fly Brain Protein Trap Database +, Resource:CBLAST +, Resource:Chemistry Structures and 3D Molecules at +, Resource:Four-dimensional Ascidian Body Atlas +, Resource:Human Mitochondrial Protein Database +, Resource:MRM NeAt (Neurological Atlas) Mouse Brain Database Image Gallery +, Resource:Molecular Simulation Trajectories Archive of a Villin Variant +, Resource:Mouse Brain Architecture Project +, Resource:Neuroanatomy at UBC +, Resource:Neuron Navigator +, Resource:Organelle DB +, Resource:PDBsum +, Resource:PubChem Compound +, Resource:PubChem Substance +, Resource:RNA FRABASE - RNA FRAgments search engine and dataBASE +, Resource:Whole Brain Catalog + Has role
Resource:3DSwap +, Resource:AnimalTFDB +, Resource:BigBrain LORIS Database +, Resource:Disaccharide Database +, Resource:MRI Watcher +, Resource:Molecular Modeling DataBase +, Resource:NCBI Structure +, Resource:National Center for Macromolecular Imaging +, Resource:PDB2MultiGif +, Resource:PDBe - Protein Data Bank in Europe +, Resource:PowerMap +, Resource:Protein Subcellular Location Image Database +, Resource:Proteopedia - Life in 3D +, Resource:PubChem +, Resource:SWEET-DB +, Resource:Worldwide Protein Data Bank +, Resource:Zebrafish Brain Atlas + Keywords


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