This tool is supported wholly or in part by
The Human Brain Project.
- NeuroTerrain Atlas Server
- Laboratory for Bioimaging & Anatomical Informatics, Dept. Neurobio. & Anat., Drexel U. Coll. of Med.
- The Neuroterrain Atlas Server (NAS) is designed to efficiently serve up histological image slices from isotropic, 3D neuroanatomical data sets and segmented brain regions of interest (ROIs) sliced according to any one of the standard, neuroanatomical slicing planes - i.e., coronal, horizontal and sagittal. Such slicing is performed by a researcher using the pure Java-based NetOStat Neuroterrain Atlas Browser. Slicing can not only be performed normal to these 3 slicing axes, but also with arbitrary "tilt" about any one of the 3 axes, making it possible for an end user to select any arbitrary 2D plane cut through the 3D data set.
- NIfTI-1 support
- Jonathan Nissanov
- Hosted service accessible but binary is not currently distributed. Data sets can be submitted for hosting via the NT Atlas Server
- How to get
- Contact Carl.Gustafson@drexelmed.edu about hosting a data set.
- Current version
- Current version release date
- August, 2006
- Open source
- Available free of charge
- Currently requires: - submission of aligned 2.5D (image stacks) or true 3D image data sets for translation into NT Atlas Server format (MacroVoxel). - use of the Java NetOStat client to view data from the server (or programming to the NT-SDK to integrate NT client navigational/analysis capability into other Java applications).
- Technical publications
- Gustafson, C., Tretiak, O., Bertrand, L. and, Nissanov, J. (2004) Design and implementation of software for assembly and browsing of 3D brain atlases.
Comput Methods Programs Biomed.,Vol.74,pages:53-61.
- Applications publications
- Other information
- Tool in used to support analysis of the Mouse Brain Library, as well as within the Mouse BIRN testbed project.
- atlas, BIRN, HBP supported, microscopy, registration, segmentation, visualization, volume, warping
- IATR listing last updated
- 16 Aug 2006
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