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By Matt GaidicaNovember 1, 2015In Uncategorized

Mouse and Rat Brain Atlas: An Interactive Online Tool

I’ve created online tools for the Rat Brain Atlas and Mouse Brain Atlas based on the Paxinos et al. work, in stereotactic coordinates. All the sections have been extracted from the original PDF documents. My software accounts for the subtle differences in page formatting and finds the nearest section match to your desired coordinate. Once you plot a point, you can send or save the URL—the tool is purposefully very stateful. Finally, I have included print style sheets, so you can print out your sections, should you need them for surgery (this is why I built the tools).

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  • jo

    February 8, 2023 at 10:57 am

    can’t seem to access this at present?

    • Matt

      February 8, 2023 at 11:12 am

      Looking into it. It runs on an old/free server that I don’t own.