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Biological Data and Atlases: Atlas Resources

In this Guide

Biological Data
Find a list of resources with specific biological data

Atlas Resources
Find a list of electronic and print biological atlases

Selected Electronic Atlases You Might Like

Prenatal Mouse Brain Atlas (2008)

Color images and annotated diagrams of gestational days 12, 14, 16 and 18, sagittal, coronal and horizontal section

Duvernoy’s atlas of the human brain stem and cerebellum
High-field MRI : surface anatomy, internal structure, vascularization and 3D sectional anatomy

The Mouse Nervous Sytems (2012)
A comprehensive account of the central nervous system of the mouse, including brain and spinal cord

Atlas of the Developing Mouse Brain
Includes accurate and detailed depiction of all brain structures at various fetal stages through postnatal and is an indispensable guide for the interpretation of nervous system changes in gene knockout and transgenic mice.

Selected Print Atlases You Might Like

In Science Reference:

Atlas of Cancer
Atlas of Mammalian Chromosomes
Atlas of Skeletal Muscles

In Science Stacks:

The embryonic human brain : an atlas of developmental stages
Chemoarchitectonic atlas of the mouse brain
Atlas of early zebrafish brain development: a tool for molecular neurogenetics
The Human Nervous System
Chemoarchitectonic atlas of the mouse brain
The mouse brain in stereotaxic coordinates
Atlas of the Human Brain
Atlas of the Developing Rat Nervous System
The Rhesus Monkey in Stereotaxic Coordinates

Selected FREE Atlases You Might Like

Visible Human Project
Digital image dataset of complete human male and female cadavers in MRI, CT and anatomical modes. (Note: this is a dataset that needs to be downloaded for free.)  List of Projects based on the Visible Human Project Dataset

The Cancer Genome Atlas
Explores the entire spectrum of genomic changes involved in human cancers using a comprehensive and coordinated effort to accelerate our understanding of the molecular basis of cancer through the application of genome analysis technologies, including large-scale genome sequencing.

How to Find MORE Atlases at MIT Libraries

Looking for biological atlases in Barton?

Include the word "atlas" in your Barton keyword search.
For example, search "Brain atlas" or "human brain atlas."

Or use the "Subject begins with..." Search in Barton.
For example, search "Brain Anatomy Atlases" and then click on the link to see all the items in that subject.