Brain connectivity database
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- Allen mouse connectivity atlas ]
- BAMS, connectivity in the rat brain. A 2007 paper could display a connectivity matrix with 486 neuronal regions based on the Swanson 1998 nomenclature.
- Brain Connectivity Toolbox 
- "Cat connectivity"/Scannell. Availability?
- CoCoMac, connectivity in the macaque monkey brain.
- ConnectomeWiki, a collaborative effort to create a knowledge base for brain connectivity across species, based on semantic wiki technology
- NeSys, connections in the rat brain.
- NeuroHomology Database, a database that seems to be no longer available and with its functionality taken over by BAMS.
- NIF, The NIF Web service federates the BAMS connectivity database
- Thalamic Connectivity Atlas, connections from points in the thalamus to each of seven different cerebral cortical zones (primary motor cortex, sensory cortex, occipital cortex, pre-frontal cortex, pre-motor cortex, posterior parietal cortex and temporal cortex) based on probabilistic diffusion tractography in multiple subjects
- XANAT, 
See also list in CoCoMac 2.0 and the future of tract-tracing databases
A number of the authors behind the connectivity databases wrote in 2009 a review article A proposal for a coordinated effort for the determination of brainwide neuroanatomical connectivity in model organisms at a mesoscopic scale.
- ↑ Mihail Bota, Larry W. Swanson (2007). "Online workbenches for neural network connections". The Journal of Comparative Neurology 500: 807-814.
- ↑ J. W. Scannell, C. Blakemore, M. P. Young (1995). "Analysis of connectivity in the cat cerebral cortex.". Journal of Neuroscience 14(2): 1463-1483. PMID: 7869111.
- ↑ Gully Burns (1999). "Neuroscholar 1.00, a neuroinformatics databasing website". Neurocomputing 26-27: 963-970. doi: 10.1016/S0925-2312(99)00092-2.
- ↑ B. A. Olshausen and W. A. Press, W. A. (1994). XANAT: A Graphical Anatomical Database for the X Windows System. Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, USA.