Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1970. Baltimore: University Park Press, 1970. Medial Surface View. Here we present a brain atlas collection for the adult rhesus macaque (M. mulatta) and review methods for creating multi-modal atlases using an infrastructure that will allow voxel- and surface-based approaches that are common in human brain mapping studies to be readily applied to non-human primate studies. Image data are mapped to a stereotaxic MRI atlas of the macaque brain or the mouse brain. The NIH Blueprint Non-Human Primate (NHP) Atlas consists of a suite of gene expression data, neuroanatomical data and informatics tools for exploring the cellular and molecular architecture of the developing rhesus macaque brain. to a published magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) template based on a large number of subjects. Unpaired t tests were used to assess differences in network activity between animal groups. Population-averaged macaque brain atlas with high-resolution ex vivo DTI integrated into in vivo space. 1st Edition by J. Wu (Author), M.F. It uses exploratory work of Gleb Bezgin, creator of the CoCoMac-Paxinos3D tool. The 121 NeuroMaps macaque atlas covers the whole brain and is presented on an ex vivojuvenile 122 rhesus macaque brain (Bakker, Tiesinga & Kötter, 2015; Rohlfing et al., 2012). Abstract To aid in the analysis of rhesus macaque brain images, we aligned digitized anatomical regions from the widely used atlas of Paxinos et al. We present a large-population MRI atlas of the cynomolgus macaque brain, derived from 162 high-resolution, T1-weighted structural scans of cynomolgus monkeys ranging from 2 to 9 years old. A publication in Neuroinformatics followed in 2015. We identify gene modules associated with specific brain regions like the cerebral cortex, pituitary, and thalamus. Lateral Surface View. Here we present a brain template for the Japanese macaque (Macaca fuscata). UNC Atlases for Macaque Brain Image Analysis. A comprehensive transcriptomic and open chromatin atlas of the rhesus macaque brain is key to a deeper understanding of the brain. It was first presented as a poster and demo session at the INCF booth of SFN 2009 in Chicago. The atlas viewer requries Java 5 or above. Bowden (Editor), R.F. A number of modern digital anatomy techniques, based on structural MR brain images, have recently become applicable to the non-human primate brain. The template comprises both whole-head and brain-only unbiased template images, tissue probability maps, a deformation map, as well as cortical surfaces with 3D printed examples, and brain parcellation (label) … Works well with AutoTract. Tools and Methods section expanded to include Nomenclature for the rat brain from the Swanson-2004 atlas. Dorsal Surface View. It illustrates mapping an area to the macaque atlas but is equally applicable to the mouse atlas. This tutorial shows how mapping to a standard atlas adds value to image data. Digitally labelled atlas images were aligned to the template in 2D and then in 3D. Such voxel-based quantitative techniques require a species-specific standardized brain template. Robertson (Author), D.M. Single-subject macaque brain DTI template was obtained by transforming the postmortem high-resolution DTI data into in vivo space. The atlas is publicly accessible and allows users to search for gene expression … Dubach (Author), J.E. The Barbary macaque (Macaca sylvanus), also known as Barbary ape or magot, is a macaque species native to the Atlas Mountains of Algeria and Morocco along with a small population of uncertain origin in Gibraltar. - Tissue_multiAtlas: Multi-atlas for tissue segmentation in macaques, includes left-right mirrored images for symmetric analysis (6-12 months old). A stereotaxic template atlas of the macaque brain for digital imaging and quantitative neuroanatomy. Ventral Surface View. Construction of spatiotemporal infant cortical surface atlas of rhesus macaque Abstract: As a widely used animal model in MR imaging studies, rhesus macaque helps to better understand both normal and abnormal neural development in the human brain. José L. Lanciego, Alfonso Vázquez, The basal ganglia and thalamus of the long-tailed macaque in stereotaxic coordinates. The rhesus atlas was created via the macaque atlas (see Macaquefor details). The Allen Human Brain Atlas is a unique multimodal atlas of the human brain, integrating anatomic and genomic information. Statistical Analysis. By averaging the voxel intensities of the 7 rhesus MRI which … imaging to establish a stereotaxic brain atlas of the macaque brain. Completed definitions, photomicrographs and mapping to the Macaque Brain Atlas of cortical areas by Brodmann-1909 (30 areas), Mauss-1908 (31), Vogts-1919 (29), Walker-1940 (13), Bonin-1947 (35). Visit Website. With the DTI resolution about 300µm and T 2-weighted image resolution about 200µm, many gray and white matter structures can be identified. The Scalable Brain Atlas is developed by Rembrandt Bakker in collaboration with many others. In Japanese. Lab member, Minhui Ouyang, won magna cum laude award at … Martin (Editor) & … The macaque average atlas is comprised of 25 T1-weighted MRIs of normal young adult macaque brains (18 Macaca fascicularis, 7 Macaca mulatta). to brain atlases for presentation and publication. However, a script to warp between the INIA19 and MNI space is supplied with the Lead-DBS macaque … Stereotaxic Atlas of the Brain of Macaca fuscata. The resulting maps of t statistics were examined to localize relevant regions anatomically in reference to a macaque brain atlas. Primate Brain Maps: Structure of the Macaque Brain: A Laboratory Guide with Original Brain Sections, Printed Atlas and Electronic Templates for Data and Schematics (including CD-ROM). For the generation of the initial brain mask (for the purpose of skull stripping), we employed the UNC-Wisconsin juvenile macaque atlas via ABC (Prastawa et al., 2005). A template atlas based on coronal, sagittal and horizontal brain sections, Brain Structure and Function, 10.1007/s00429-011-0370-5, 217, 2, (613-666), (2011). The NeuroMaps 123 segmentation was later refined on the INIA19 adult population in vivo symmetric template 124 (Rohlfing et al., 2012). It is one of the best-known Old World monkey species. NIH Blueprint Non-Human Primate (NHP) Atlas. The white matter tracts were traced with DTI-based tractography. It may take 30 seconds to load the Atlas the first time. Skull and brain, as illustrated in Gervais ' Histoire naturelle des mammifères With the addition of this atlas collection, there are now three Macaca species that have population- average MRI-based atlases: N2K atlas for Macaca nemestrina (Black et al., 2001a, 2004), F6 atlas for Macaca fascicularis (Vincent et al., 2007), and the SL atlas collection, reported here, for Macaca mulatta. The NIH Blueprint NHP atlas is an online database of gene expression in the rhesus macaque brain from 6 prenatal stages and four postnatal stages including birth to four years old. This atlas is not based on a single subject but instead is an average constructed from the averaged position, orientation and scale from all the individual subjects and is representative of both the intensities and spatial positioning of anatomical structures.