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20th public data release by Allen Institute for Brain Science
Date:11/2/2010

SEATTLE, Wash.November 2, 2010The Allen Institute for Brain Science (www.alleninstitute.org) announced today its twentieth public data release, which includes new data and tools for exploring genes at work in the human brain. In addition to expanding and enhancing the Allen Human Brain Atlas, the Allen Institute launched two new human brain resources: the Ivy Glioblastoma Atlas Project and the NIMH Transcriptional Atlas of Human Brain Development.

"Few researchers have the opportunity to study the human brain itself," said Allan Jones, Ph.D., chief executive officer of the Allen Institute for Brain Science. "We are delighted that our online resources make data from the human brain readily available to the global research community."

ALLEN Human Brain Atlas

The Allen Human Brain Atlas is a unique multi-modal, three-dimensional map of the human brain that integrates anatomical and gene expression data. The latest release expands the scope and usability of this public resource and includes:

  • Gene expression data from two donor brains each for the "all genes, all structures" microarray survey (approximately 1,000 discrete anatomic samples from one brain and an initial 450 samples from a second brain) and for the more focused in situ hybridization study of subcortical brain regions; and

  • New features for browsing and searching the gene expression data, including an interactive heat map viewer for exploring the extensive microarray data, NeuroBlast search to identify genes with similar expression throughout the brain, and tools for comparing gene expression between brain regions or donors.

Additional data and more sophisticated visualization, navigation and mining tools will be available in subsequent releases. The next update is planned for March 2011.

Ivy Glioblastoma Atlas Project

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Contact: Aaron Blank
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Allen Institute for Brain Science
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