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IMPACT Prognostic CalculatorResource, analysis service resource, data analysis service, service resource, production service resourceA calculator that calculates the prediction models for 6 month outcome after Traumatic Brain Injury. Based on extensive prognostic analysis the IMPACT investigators have developed prognostic models for predicting 6 month outcome in adult patients with moderate to severe head injury (Glasgow Coma Scale <=12) on admission. By entering the characteristics into the calculator, the models will provide an estimate of the expected outcome at 6 months. We present three models of increasing complexity (Core, Core + CT, Core + CT + Lab). These models were developed and validated in collaboration with the CRASH trial collaborators on large numbers of individual patient data (the IMPACT database). The models discriminate well, and are particularly suited for purposes of classification and characterization of large cohorts of patients. Extreme caution is required when applying the estimated prognosis to individual patients. The sequential prediction models may be used as an aid to estimate 6 month outcome in patients with severe or moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI). However, the prediction rule can only complement, never replace, clinical judgment and can therefore be used only as a decision-support system.traumatic brain injury, head injury, brain injury, adult, human, severe, moderate, glasgow coma scale, one mind tbiSCR_004730(IMPACT Prognostic Calculator, RRID:SCR_004730)IMPACT: International Mission for Prognosis and Analysis of Clinical Trials in TBI Traumatic brain injuryNINDSLast checked upnlx_143884
FuncAssociate: The Gene Set FunctionatorResource, analysis service resource, data analysis service, service resource, production service resourceA web-based tool that accepts as input a list of genes, and returns a list of GO attributes that are over- (or under-) represented among the genes in the input list. Only those over- (or under-) representations that are statistically significant, after correcting for multiple hypotheses testing, are reported. Currently 37 organisms are supported. In addition to the input list of genes, users may specify a) whether this list should be regarded as ordered or unordered; b) the universe of genes to be considered by FuncAssociate; c) whether to report over-, or under-represented attributes, or both; and d) the p-value cutoff. A new version of FuncAssociate supports a wider range of naming schemes for input genes, and uses more frequently updated GO associations. However, some features of the original version, such as sorting by LOD or the option to see the gene-attribute table, are not yet implemented. Platform: Online toolgene, gene ontology, statistical analysis, web serviceSCR_005768(FuncAssociate: The Gene Set Functionator, RRID:SCR_005768)Roth Laboratory Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, NHGRI, NHLBI, NIH, NINDSrelated to: Gene Ontology, listed by: Gene Ontology Tools, OMICtoolsReferences (2)Last checked upnlx_149233, OMICS_02264
Mouse Atlas ProjectResource, atlas, database, data or information resourceDetailed multidimensional digital multimodal atlas of the C57BL/6J mouse nervous system with a high-throughput data and informatics pipeline that can automatically register, annotate, and visualize large scale neuroanatomical and connectivity data produced in commonly used methodologies including histology, neuronal tract tracing, MR imaging, and genetic labeling. Using multimodal imaging methods on adult mouse brains, this high-resolution atlas forms the basis of a useful interchange reference system for the mouse. MAP2.0 interoperates with commonly used publicly available databases to bring together brain architecture, gene expression, and imaging information into a single, simple interface. The project enables scientists to leverage the results of brain atlasing efforts in their investigations of gene function, connectomics, and detailed mouse neuroanatomy. The MAP atlas is comprised of a magnetic resonance microscopy (MRM) and an anatomic delineation volume, and a set of software tools for visualization, navigation, and registration of image volumes. The software tools bundled with the atlas volumes are SHIVA (visualization and analysis), BrainGraph (navigation and connectivity), and GEMporter (registration and importation). A database of ancillary volumes is available online, a supplement to the Mouse Atlas Project core volumes. They represent different developmental time points and methods of preparation. To facilitate the process of selecting and analyzing image data from this collection, we have developed a relational database application to manage and catalog the images and related data. Attributes of the subject such as age, strain, weight and anatomical structure are recorded, as are image volume properties such as modality, resolution and anatomical structure. The ongoing partnership with the Brain Architecture Center has led to the development of a robust and flexible nomenclature and anatomical ontology for MAP2.0. This collaboration extends both Mouse Atlas Project and the Brain Architecture Management System.molecular neuroanatomy resource, adult mouse, mouse, brain, c57bl/6j, magnetic resonance microscopy, diffusion-weighted image, blockface imaging, immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization, neuroanatomy, mri, dti, brain architecture, gene expression, neuroimaging, ontology, connectivity, histology, neuronal tract tracing, genetic labeling, newborn mouse, experimental protocolSCR_007281(Mouse Atlas Project, RRID:SCR_007281)AgingNIA, NIBIB, NIDA, NIDCD, NINDSrelated to: Synchronized Histological Image Viewing Architecture, LONI Image and Data Archive, LONI SoftwareLast checked downnif-0000-00038
Olfactory Bulb Odor Map DataBase (OdorMapDB)Resource, atlas, database, data or information resourceOdorMapDB is designed to be a database to support the experimental analysis of the molecular and functional organization of the olfactory bulb and its basis for the perception of smell. It is primarily concerned with archiving, searching and analyzing maps of the olfactory bulb generated by different methods. The first aim is to facilitate comparison of activity patterns elicited by odor stimulation in the glomerular layer obtained by different methods in different species. It is further aimed at facilitating comparison of these maps with molecular maps of the projections of olfactory receptor neuron subsets to different glomeruli, especially for gene targeted animals and for antibody staining. The main maps archived here are based on original studies using 2-deoxyglucose and on current studies using high resolution fMRI in mouse and rat. Links are also provided to sites containing maps by other laboratories. OdorMapDB thus serves as a nodal point in a multilaboratory effort to construct consensus maps integrating data from different methodological approaches. OdorMapDB is integrated with two other databases in SenseLab: ORDB, a database of olfactory receptor genes and proteins, and OdorDB, a database of odor molecules that serve as ligands for the olfactory receptor proteins. The combined use of the three integrated databases allows the user to identify odor ligands that activate olfactory receptors that project to specific glomeruli that are involved in generating the odor activity maps.odor, male, urine, mouse, methyl anisole, patchone, indole, helional, butyrophenone, fenchone, olfactory bulb, fmri, rat, odor ligand, olfactory receptor, smellSCR_007287(Olfactory Bulb Odor Map DataBase (OdorMapDB), RRID:SCR_007287)Yale University; Connecticut; USA AgingMultidisciplinary University Research Initiative, NIA, NICD, NIDCD, NIMH, NINDS, The Human Brain Projectused by: NIF Data FederationPMID:15067166Last checked upnif-0000-00057
Zebra Finch Expression Brain AtlasResource, atlas, database, data or information resource, expression atlasExpression atlas of in situ hybridization images from large collection of genes expressed in brain of adult male zebra finches. Goal of ZEBrA project is to develop publicly available on-line digital atlas that documents expression of large collection of genes within brain of adult male zebra finches.gene, expression, brain, in-situ, hybridization, taeniopygia, vocal learning, anatomical, atlas, data set, molecular neuroanatomy, adult, male, gene, image, bird, image, avianSCR_012988(Zebra Finch Expression Brain Atlas, RRID:SCR_012988)Oregon Health and Science University; Oregon; USA NIGMS, NINDSLast checked upnif-0000-24345, SCR_000641, nlx_152091
Brain Gene Expression MapResource, atlas, database, data or information resource, expression atlasThis database contains gene expression patterns assembled from mouse nervous tissues at 4 time points throughout brain development including embryonic (e) day 11.5, e15.5, postnatal (p) day 7 and adult p42. Using a high throughput in situ hybridization approach we are assembling expression patterns from selected genes and presenting them in a searchable database. The database includes darkfield images obtained using radioactive probes, reference cresyl violet stained sections, the complete nucleotide sequence of the probes used to generate the data and all the information required to allow users to repeat and extend the analyses. The database is directly linked to Pubmed, LocusLink, Unigene and Gene Ontology Consortium housed at the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) in the National Library of Medicine. These data are provided freely to promote communication and cooperation among research groups throughout the world.embryonic, expression pattern, gene expression, gene, adult, brain, brain development, in situ hybridization, mouse, nervous tissue, postnatal, molecular neuroanatomy resource, imageSCR_001517(Brain Gene Expression Map, RRID:SCR_001517)NINDSPMID:16602821Last checked upnif-0000-09579
VALiDATe29 Squirrel Monkey Brain AtlasResource, atlas, data or information resourceAtlas was created from MRI scans of squirrel monkey brains. The atlas is currently comprised of multiple anatomical templates, diffusion MRI templates, and ex vivo templates. In addition, the templates are combined with histologically defined cortical labels, and diffusion tractography defined white matter labels.squirrel brain, squirrel monkey brain, squirrel brain atlas, squirrel mriSCR_015542(VALiDATe29 Squirrel Monkey Brain Atlas, RRID:SCR_015542)Vanderbilt University; Tennessee; USA NCRR, NINDSsubmitted by: Neuroscience Information FrameworkLast checked up
UNC Infant 0-1-2 AtlasesResource, atlas, data or information resource3 atlases dedicated for neonates, 1-year-olds, and 2-year-olds. Each atlas comprises a set of 3D images made up of the intensity model, tissue probability maps, and anatomical parcellation map. These atlases are constructed with the help of state-of-the-art infant MR segmentation and groupwise registration methods, on a set of longitudinal images acquired from 95 normal infants (56 males and 39 females) at neonate, 1-year-old, and 2-year-old.analyze, atlas application, linux, macos, microsoft, magnetic resonance, posix/unix-like, infant, pediatric, template, longitudinal, neonate, male, female, mriSCR_002569(UNC Infant 0-1-2 Atlases, RRID:SCR_002569)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine; North Carolina; USA NormalNIBIB, NICHD, NIH, NIMH, NINDSlisted by: NeuroImaging Tools and Resources Collaboratory (NITRC)PMID:21533194Last checked upnlx_155971
Penn Hippocampus AtlasResource, atlas, data or information resourceAtlas of segmented and normalized high-resolution postmortem MRI of the human hippocampus. Additional data (raw images) is available through the SCM link. It requires knowing how to use CVS.magnetic resonance, nifti, hippocampus, mri, postmortemSCR_000421(Penn Hippocampus Atlas, RRID:SCR_000421)University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia; Pennsylvania NIA, NINDSlisted by: NeuroImaging Tools and Resources Collaboratory (NITRC)PMID:18840532Last checked upnlx_155920
Zebrafinch Brain Architecture ProjectResource, atlas, data or information resourceAtlas of high resolution Nissl stained digital images of the brain of the zebra finch, the mainstay of songbird research. The cytoarchitectural high resolution photographs and atlas presented here aim at facilitating electrode placement, connectional studies, and cytoarchitectonic analysis. This initial atlas is not in stereotaxic coordinate space. It is intended to complement the stereotaxic atlases of Akutegawa and Konishi, and that of Nixdorf and Bischof. (Akutagawa E. and Konishi M., stereotaxic atalas of the brain of zebra finch, unpublished. and Nixdorf-Bergweiler B. E. and Bischof H. J., A Stereotaxic Atlas of the Brain Of the Zebra Finch, Taeniopygia Guttata, The zebra finch has proven to be the most widely used model organism for the study of the neurological and behavioral development of birdsong. A unique strength of this research area is its integrative nature, encompassing field studies and ethologically grounded behavioral biology, as well as neurophysiological and molecular levels of analysis. The availability of dimensionally accurate and detailed atlases and photographs of the brain of male and female animals, as well as of the brain during development, can be expected to play an important role in this research program. Traditionally, atlases for the zebra finch brain have only been available in printed format, with the limitation of low image resolution of the cell stained sections. The advantages of a digital atlas over a traditional paper-based atlas are three-fold. * The digital atlas can be viewed at multiple resolutions. At low magnification, it provides an overview of brain sections and regions, while at higher magnification, it shows exquisite details of the cytoarchitectural structure. * It allows digital re-slicing of the brain. The original photographs of brain were taken in certain selected planes of section. However, the brains are seldom sliced in exactly the same plane in real experiments. Re-slicing provides a useful atlas in user-chosen planes, which are otherwise unavailable in the paper-based version. * It can be made available on the internet. High resolution histological datasets can be independently evaluated in light of new experimental anatomical, physiological and molecular studies.nissl stain, sagittal, horizontal plane, transverse plane, myelin stain, brainSCR_004277(Zebrafinch Brain Architecture Project, RRID:SCR_004277)Brain Architecture Project Crick-Clay Professorship, NIGMS, NINDS, W. M. Keck FoundationLast checked upnlx_143663
Brain atlas of the common marmosetResource, atlas, data or information resourceNO LONGER IN SERVICE. Documented on October 1, 2019.\\nThe first brain atlas for the common marmoset to be made available since a printed atlas by Stephan, Baron and Schwerdtfeger published in 1980. It is a combined histological and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) atlas constructed from the brains of two adult female marmosets. Histological sections were processed from Nissl staining and digitized to produce an atlas in a large format that facilitates visualization of structures with significant detail. Naming of identifiable brain structures was performed utilizing current terminology. For the present atlas, an adult female was perfused through the heart with PBS followed by 10% formalin. The brain was then sent to Neuroscience Associates of Knoxville, TN, who prepared the brain for histological analysis. The brain was cut in the coronal (frontal) plane at 40 microns, every sixth section stained for Nissl granules with thionine and every seventh section stained for myelinated fibers with the Weil technique. The mounted sections were photographed at the NIH (Medical Arts and Photography Branch). The equipment used was a Nikon Multiphot optical bench with Zeiss Luminar 100 mm lens, and scanned with a Better Light 6100 scan back driven by Better Light Viewfinder 5.3 software. The final images were saved as arrays of 6000x8000 pixels in Adobe Photoshop 6.0. A scale in mm provided with these images permitted construction of the final Nissl atlas files with a horizontal and vertical scale. Some additional re-touching (brightness and contrast) was done with Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0. The schematic (labeled) atlas plates were created from the Nissl images. The nomenclature came almost exclusively from, where a rhesus monkey brain with structures labeled can be found. The labels for the MRI images were placed by M. R. Zametkin, under supervision from Dr. Newman.callithrix jacchus jacchus, marmoset, primate neuroanatomy, callitrichidae, female, forebrain, thalamus, midbrain, brainstem, magnetic resonance imaging, adult, callithrix, histological section, nissl staining, brain, mriSCR_005135(Brain atlas of the common marmoset, RRID:SCR_005135)NICHD Developmental Neuroethology - Laboratory of Comparative Ethology NICHD, NIH, NINDSPMID:19744521Last checked upnlx_144140
High Resolution Mouse Brain AtlasResource, atlas, data or information resource2D mouse brain atlas of high quality coronal Nissl- and myelin-stained sections with labels, 3D images of hippocampal formation and limited other brain structures. The data for this digital atlas are based on the Atlas of the Mouse Brain and Spinal Cord, authored by Richard L. Sidman, Jay. B. Angevine and Elizabeth Taber Pierce, published as a hard cover book by Harvard University Press in 1971 and currently out of print. C57BL/6J strain adult specimens were used in creating the mouse, hippocampal formation, image, leaf lumina camera, mouse, normal, nuclei of the limbic thalamus, c57bl/6, nissel, myelin, neuroanatomy, olfactory bulb, frontal pole, pyriform cortex, septo-striatal, septo-diencephalic, rostral diencephalon, caudal diencephalon, rostral cerebellum, caudal cerebellum, medula, spinal cord, diencephalon, cerebellum, mesencephalonSCR_006063(High Resolution Mouse Brain Atlas, RRID:SCR_006063)Harvard University; Cambridge; United States Human Brain Project, NINDSLast checked upnif-0000-00087
Voxelation Map of Gene Expression in a Coronal Section of the Mouse BrainResource, atlas, data or information resource, databaseTwo-dimensional images of gene expression for 20,000 genes in a coronal slice of the mouse brain at the level of the striatum by using microarrays in combination with voxelation at a resolution of 1 cubic mm gene expression patterns in the brain obtained through voxelation. Voxelation employs high-throughput analysis of spatially registered voxels (cubes) to produce multiple volumetric maps of gene expression analogous to the images reconstructed in biomedical imaging systems.molecular neuroanatomy resource, gene expression, striatum, voxelation, gene, brain, coronal, microarray, adult mouse, male, c57bl/6jSCR_008065(Voxelation Map of Gene Expression in a Coronal Section of the Mouse Brain, RRID:SCR_008065)David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; California; USA Alzheimer's Association, NIDA, NINDS, Staglin Music Festival and NARSAD Young Investigator Award, Tobacco-Related Disease Research ProgramPMID:17504947Last checked upnif-0000-10493
GenePaintResource, atlas, expression atlas, data or information resource, reference atlas, databaseDigital atlas of gene expression patterns in developing and adult mouse. Several reference atlases are also available through this site. Expression patterns are determined by non-radioactive in situ hybridization on serial tissue sections. Sections are available from several developmental ages: E10.5, E14.5 (whole embryos), E15.5, P7 and P56 (brains only). To retrieve expression patterns, search by gene name, site of expression, GenBank accession number or sequence homology. For viewing expression patterns, features virtual microscope tool that enables zooming into images down to cellular resolution.gene expression, adult mouse, annotated, c57bl6, mouse, mouse embryo, mrna, non radioactive in situ hybridization, light microscopy, molecular neuroanatomy resource, in situ hybridization, embryonic, postnatal, adult, brain, head, annotation, rna probe, sequence, anatomical structureSCR_003015(GenePaint, RRID:SCR_003015)Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry; Gottingen; Germany BMBF, Burroughs Wellcome Fund, European Union, Max Planck Society, Merck Genome Research Institute, NINDS, Romansky EndowmentReferences (2)Last checked upnif-0000-00009, SCR_017526
Harvard - Oxford Cortical Structural AtlasResource, atlas, reference atlas, data or information resourceProbabilistic atlases covering 48 cortical and 21 subcortical structural areas, derived from structural data and segmentations kindly provided by the Harvard Center for Morphometric Analysis. T1-weighted images of 21 healthy male and 16 healthy female subjects (ages 18-50) were individually segmented by the CMA using semi-automated tools developed in-house. The T1-weighted images were affine-registered to MNI152 space using FLIRT (FSL), and the transforms then applied to the individual labels. Finally, these were combined across subjects to form population probability maps for each label. Segmentations used to create these atlases were provided by: David Kennedy and Christian Haselgrove, Centre for Morphometric Analysis, Harvard; Bruce Fischl, the Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, MGH; Janis Breeze and Jean Frazier from the Child and Adolescent Neuropsychiatric Research Program, Cambridge Health Alliance; Larry Seidman and Jill Goldstein from the Department of Psychiatry of Harvard Medical School.male, female, t1-weighted image, cortical, subcortical, neuroanatomy, cortexSCR_001476(Harvard - Oxford Cortical Structural Atlas, RRID:SCR_001476)Harvard University; Cambridge; United States HealthyNCRR, NIMH, NINDSLast checked upnlx_152707
3D DTI Atlas of the Rat Brain In Postnatal Day 5 14 and AdulthoodResource, atlas, reference atlas, data or information resource3D DTI anatomical rat brain atlases have been created by the UNC- Chapel Hill Department of Psychiatry and the CAMID research collaboration. There are three age groups, postnatal day 5, postnatal day 14, and postnatal day 72. The subjects were Sprague-Dawley rats that were controls in a study on cocaine abuse and development. The P5 and P14 templates were made from scans of twenty rats each (ten female, ten male); the P72, from six females. The individual cases have been resampled to isotropic resolution, manually skull-stripped, and deformably registered via an unbiased atlas building method to create a template for each age group. Each template was then manually segmented using itk-SNAP software. Each atlas is made up of 3 files, a template image, a segmentation, and a label file.magnetic resonance, adult rat, newborn rat, infant rat, young rat, sprague dawley, male, femaleSCR_009437(3D DTI Atlas of the Rat Brain In Postnatal Day 5 14 and Adulthood, RRID:SCR_009437)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; North Carolina; USA Control, NormalNICHD, NIDA, NINDS, UNC Neurodevelopment Disorders Research Centerlisted by: NeuroImaging Tools and Resources Collaboratory (NITRC)Last checked upnlx_155577
KESM brain atlasResource, atlas, source code, software resource, data or information resourceA web-based, light-weight 3D volume viewer that serves large volumes (typically the whole brain) of high-resolution mouse brain images (~1.5 TB per brain, ~1 um resolution) from the Knife-Edge Scanning Microscope (KESM), invented by Bruce H. McCormick. Currently, KESMBA serves the following data sets: * Mouse: Whole-brain-scale Golgi (acquired 2008 spring): neuronal morphology: Choe et al. (2009) * Mouse: Whole-brain India Ink (acquired 2008 spring): vascular network: Choe et al. (2009); Mayerich et al. (2011); * Mouse: Whole-brain Golgi (acquired 2011 summer): neuronal morphology: Choe et al. (2011); Chung et al. (2011); * Mouse: Whole-brain Nissl (acquired 2009-2010 winter): somata (Choe et al. 2010) (Coming soon) They will ship you the full data set on a hard drive if you provide them with the hard drive and shipping cost.golgi stain, 3d image, brain, connectomics, data setSCR_001559(KESM brain atlas, RRID:SCR_001559)Texas A and M University; Texas; USA NINDSPMID:22275895Last checked downnlx_152869
Retina ProjectResource, atlas, spatially referenced dataset, data or information resourceCollection of images from cell type-specific protein expression in retina using BAC transgenic mice. Images from cell type-specific protein expression in retina using BAC transgenic mice from GENSAT project.electrophysiology, protein expression, fluorescent, gene, amacrine cell, astrocyte, bipolar cell, blood vessel, brain, cell, ganglion cell layer, central nervous system, circuit, horizontal cell, hybridization, microglia, adult mouse, muller cell, neocortex, neuronal, photoreceptor, protein, recombinase, retina, spinal cord, mutant mouse strain, bac, retinal cell, cell type, night vision, direction, neuronal circuitry, connectivity, image collectionSCR_002884(Retina Project, RRID:SCR_002884)GENSAT at NCBI - Gene Expression Nervous System Atlas Department Of Health And Human Services, NINDSused by: NIF Data FederationPMID:19648912Last checked upnif-0000-25587
NINDS RepositoryResource, biomaterial supply resource, biospecimen repository, service resource, storage service resource, cell repository, data or information resource, material resource, material storage repositoryOpen resource of biological samples (DNA, cell lines, and other biospecimens) and corresponding phenotypic data to promote neurological research. Samples from more than 34,000 unique individuals with cerebrovascular disease, dystonia, epilepsy, Huntington's Disease, motor neuron disease, Parkinsonism, and Tourette Syndrome, as well as controls (population control and unaffected relatives) have been collected. The mission of the NINDS Repository is to provide 1) genetics support for scientists investigating pathogenesis in the central and peripheral nervous systems through submissions and distribution; 2) information support for patients, families, and advocates concerned with the living-side of neurological disease and stroke.nervous system disorder, neurogenetics, genetic, clinical data, cerebrovascular disease, epilepsy, motor neuron disease, parkinson's disease, parkinsonism, tourette's disorder, normal control, stroke, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, huntington's disease, dystonia, dementia, neurologically normal, blood, dna, biomarker, plasma, urine, cell line, induced pluripotent stem cell, fibroblast, stem cell, frozen, lymphoblast, biospecimen banking, biospecimen processing, biospecimen distribution, biospecimen, genetics, phenotype, neurological diseaseSCR_004520(NINDS Repository, RRID:SCR_004520)Coriell Cell Repositories Cerebrovascular disease, Epilepsy, Motor neuron disease, Parkinson's disease, Tourette's Disorder, Normal control, Stroke, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Huntington's disease, Dystonia, Dementia, Neurologically normal, Neurological disorderNIH Blueprint for Neuroscience Research, NINDSrelated to: PD-DOC, Parkinson’s Disease Biomarkers Program Data Management Resource (PDBP DMR), listed by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing, NeuroImaging Tools and Resources Collaboratory (NITRC)Last checked upnlx_143800
NIH NeuroBioBankResource, biomaterial supply resource, biospecimen repository, tissue bank, service resource, brain bank, storage service resource, material resource, material storage repositoryA federated network of brain and tissue repositories in the United States that collects, evaluates, stores, and makes available to researchers, brain and other tissues in a way that is consistent with the highest ethical and research standards. The NeuroBioBank ensures protection of the privacy and wishes of donors. Brain tissue is a precious resource that enables scientists to better understand disorders affecting the brain in order to develop treatments and cures. The NIH NeuroBioBank also provides information to the public about the need for tissue donation and how to register as a donor.brain, brain tissue, tissue, adult, child, brain donationSCR_003131(NIH NeuroBioBank, RRID:SCR_003131)National Institutes of Health Brain disorder, Autism spectrum disorder, Autism, Major Depressive Disorder, Schizophrenia, Multiple Sclerosis, Epilepsy, Traumatic brain injuryNICHD, NIMH, NINDSlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked upnlx_156783
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