BrainMaps is one of the most massive online neuroscience databases and image repositories and features the highest-resolution whole brain atlas ever constructed.
Extensions to interactive 3-dimensional visualization have been developed through OpenGL-based desktop applications.  Freely available image analysis tools enable end-users to datamine online images at the sub-neuronal level. BrainMaps has been used in both research  and didactic settings.
- ↑ Mikula, S; Trotts I, Stone JM, Jones EG (2007). "Internet-enabled high-resolution brain mapping and virtual microscopy". NeuroImage. PMID 17229579.
- ↑ Trotts, I; Mikula S, Jones EG (2007). "Interactive visualization of multiresolution image stacks in 3D". NeuroImage. PMID 17336095.
- ↑ Mikula, S; Manger PR, Jones EG (2007). "Review. The thalamus of the monotremes: cyto- and myeloarchitecture and chemical neuroanatomy". Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. PMID 17553780.
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