Jan 22, 2015

Building the Ferretome

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Dmitrii I SukhininClaus C Hilgetag

Abstract

Databases of structural connections of the mammalian brain, such as CoCoMac ([cocomac.g-node.org][1]) or BAMS ([brancusi.usc.edu][2]), are valuable resources for the analysis of brain connectivity and the modeling of brain dynamics in species such as the non-human primate or the rodent, and have also contributed to the computational modeling of the human brain. Another model species that is widely used in electrophysiological or developmental studies is the ferret; however, no systematic compilation of brain connectivity is currently available for this species. Thus, we have started developing a database of anatomical connections and architectonic features of the ferret brain (the Ferretome, [www.ferretome.org][3]). The main goals of this database project are: (1) to assemble structural information on the ferret brain that is currently widely distributed in the literature or in different in-house laboratory databases into a single resource which is open to the scientific community; (2) to try and build an extendable community resource that is beneficial to researchers in neuroinformatics and computational neuroscience, as well as to neuroanatomists, by adding value to their data through algorithms for efficient data representat...Continue Reading

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