Dataset exploring connectivity and synaptic signaling in mouse and human neocortex
New visual way to browse patch-seq data from 3,600 mouse cortical neurons.
New Brain Observatory data: neural activity from 34,619 cortical cells in 82 mice trained to do a visually-guided task.
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A database of biological features derived from single cells, from both human and mouse.
A new approach to open data, featuring a survey of in vivo recordings from the mouse visual cortex.
A brain-wide map of neural projections, including cell class-specific data.
High resolution anatomical reference atlases and histology for mouse and human.
A unique multimodal atlas of the adult mouse brain, featuring anatomic and genomic data.
A detailed atlas of gene expression across 7 stages of development.
A detailed atlas of gene expression across the adult and juvenile mouse spinal cord.
The NIH Blueprint Non-Human Primate Atlas characterizes the developing rhesus macaque brain.
A unique multimodal atlas of the adult human brain, featuring anatomic and genomic data.
The BrainSpan project is a detailed atlas of gene expression across human development.
A dataset for exploring the neuropathology and genomic features of disease and aging.
IvyGAP is a dataset for exploring the anatomic and genomic basis of glioblastoma.
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Highlights and insights into gene expression, viewed through Allen Brain Atlas datasets and publications
Data and publications from the Allen Brain Observatory reveal new complexity of neuronal circuitry
Multiscale datasets and publications uncover how the brain is wired
Brain-wide, circuit-level and cell-level biophysical models, modeling tools and key publications
View data-driven classifications and key publications analyzing cell types of the mammalian brain
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