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Category:Brain
Created 15 July 2006  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Definition The part of the central nervous system contained within the cranium, comprising the forebrain, midbrain, hindbrain, and metencephalon. It is derived from the anterior part of the embryonic neural tube (or the encephalon). Does not include retina. (CUMBO)
DefinitionSource UMLS +
Has role CUMBO term +, PONS reference structure +
Id birnlex_796  +
Is part of Central nervous system +
Label Brain  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 23 November 2011 18:29:39  +
ModifiedDate 23 November 2011  +
SuperCategory Organ  +
Umlscui C1269537, C0006104  +
Categories Organ
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107025 + About
Forebrain +, Hindbrain +, Midbrain + Is part of
Resource:1000 Functional Connectomes Project +, Resource:3D Brain +, Resource:3D surgical atlases of the murine head +, Resource:3DBar +, Resource:4D Atlases Construction +, Resource:ABC (Atlas Based Classification) +, Resource:ADHD-200 Preprocessed Data +, Resource:ADHD-200 Sample +, Resource:AGNOSIA APHASIA APRAXIA and Related Terms for Cognitive Behavioral and Neurological Disorders +, Resource:Accelerating Medicines Partnership - Alzheimers +, Resource:Adult Wistar Rat Atlas +, Resource:Advanced Neuroscience Imaging Research Laboratory Software Packages +, Resource:Aged Rodent Tissue Arrays +, Resource:AgedBrainSYSBIO +, Resource:Alabama Head Injury Foundation +, Resource:All In The Mind +, Resource:Allen Brain Atlas API +, Resource:Allen Developing Mouse Brain Atlas +, Resource:Allen Human Brain Atlas +, Resource:Allen Institute Mouse Diversity Study +, Keywords
Brain of WHS11 + PartiallyOverlapsWith
Resource:Sullivan Lab Evidence Project + Related disease
 

 

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