bljaho at uta.fi (Jari Honkaniemi) writes:
> >We are planning to do a rat brain atlas for IBM PC
> >(and possibly for McIntosh).
We have the "Brain Browser" rat brain atlas from Floyd Bloom at San Diego.
It was $250 or so. Here's the description out of their manual:
Brain Browser Version 1.1
6-800K Mac disks with manual
Requires a Mac with 1MB RAM, and HyperCard 1.2.1 (hard disk recommended)
Includes an electronic version of the rat brain in stereotaxic
coordinates, by George Paxinos and Charles Watson.
Audience: beginning and advanced neuroscience students as well as
The NeuroNavigator portion of the stack, which has black-and-white line
drawings, "allows the user to search rapidly for any brain structure
defined in its glossary of Brain Places, in any of the three standard
planes of section."
Kraig Eno, kraig at biostr.washington.edu
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