The Brain Architecture Project is a collaborative effort aimed at creating an integrated resource containing knowledge about nervous system architecture in multiple species, with extensive whole-brain light microscopic data sets available for Mouse and Marmoset as well as for other species including Zebra Finch and Human.
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