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JuBrain Cytoarchitectonic Atlas Viewer

JuBrain CytoViewer impressions

The JuBrain CytoViewer shows cytoarchitectonic probabilistic maps, which have been developed in the teams of Katrin Amunts and Karl Zilles in Juelich and Duesseldorf (INM-1). Cytoarchitectonic areas were analyzed in histological sections of ten human postmortem brains. The maps are based on image analysis and statistical criteria for localizing areal borders. Cytoarchitectonic maps have been developed during the past 20 years as a joint effort of many doctoral students, post docs and guest scientists. Maps, which have been published, are available for the scientific community.

When you use the maps, please cite their authors by using the references for probabilistic cytoarchitectonic mapping (see below) for good scientific practice. Maps should not be used commercially.

The JuBrain Cytoarchitectonic Atlas Viewer is based on the WebGL framework which is not supported for all available web browsers. Please consult https://www.jubrain.fz-juelich.de/information.php for technical preconditions.

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JuBrain CytoViewer impressions
JuBrain CytoViewer impressions
JuBrain CytoViewer impressions
JuBrain CytoViewer impressions
JuBrain CytoViewer impressions
JuBrain CytoViewer impressions
JuBrain CytoViewer impressions

References and contact

For general questions regarding cytoarchitectonic mapping please contact Prof. Katrin Amunts (k.amunts@fz-juelich.de)

For technical and methodical questions regarding the JuBrain web tool please contact Hartmut Mohlberg (h.mohlberg@fz-juelich.de)

 

References for probabilistic cytoarchitectonic mapping

Amunts K, Zilles K (2015) Architectonic mapping of the human brain beyond Brodmann. Neuron, 88: 1086-1107.

Zilles K, Amunts K (2010) Centenary of Brodmann’s map – conception and fate. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 11(2): 139-145.

Amunts K, Schleicher A, Zilles K (2007) Cytoarchitecture of the cerebral cortex – more than localization. Neuroimage 37: 1061-1065.

Zilles K, Schleicher A, Palomero-Gallagher N, Amunts K (2002) Quantitative analysis of cyto- and receptor architecture of the human brain. In: /Brain Mapping: The Methods/, J. C. Mazziotta and A. Toga (eds.), USA: Elsevier, 2002, p. 573-602.

Copyright

The copyright and all other rights related to the hereby provided products are held by Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH. The use of the products is only permitted for own educational, scientific or private purposes. The source of the products must be quoted correctly. It ist not allowed to revise or amend the provided products or extract only parts of it, e.g. the brain maps, without the explicit permission of Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH. Likewise it is not allowed to grant sublicences to third partys.


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Cytoarchitectonic maps and their references

Amygdala (superficial, laterobasal, centromedial)

  • Amunts, K. et al., (2005). Anat. Embryol. (Berl) 210, 343-352.
  • Kedo, O., et al., (2018). Brain Struct. Funct. 223(4):1637-1666.

Basal forebrain (Ch12, Ch3, Ch4, Ch4p)

  • Zaborszky, L., et al., (2008). Neuroimage. 42(3):1127-1141.

Cerebellar nuclei (Ndent dorsal, Ndent ventral, Nfast, Nemb, Nglob)

  • Tellmann, S., et al., (2015). Front. Neuroanat. 9:54.

Frontal lobe

Primary motor cortex (Areas 4a, 4p)

  • Geyer, S. et al., (1996). Nature 382, 805-807.

Premotor cortex (Areas 6)

  • Geyer, S. (2004). Adv. Anat. Embryol. Cell. Biol. Vol. 174. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

Medial premotor cortex (Area 6mp)

  • Ruan, J., et al., (2018). Brain Struct. Funct. 223(9): 4169–4186.

Medial prefrontal cortex (Area 6ma)

  • Ruan, J., et al., (2018). Brain Struct. Funct. 223(9): 4169–4186.

Medial orbitofrontal cortex (Areas Fo1, Fo2, Fo3)

  • Henssen, A., et al., (2016). Cortex. 75:87-112.

Broca’s region (Areas 44, 45)

  • Amunts,K. et al., (1999). J. Comp Neurol. 412, 319-341.
  • Amunts,K. et al., (2004). Neuroimage. 22(1):42-56.

Frontal pole (Areas Fp1, Fp2)

  • Bludau, S., et al., (2014). Neuroimage 93:260-275

Insula

Dysgranular insula (Areas Id1, Id7)

  • Kurth,F. et al., (2009) Cerebral Cortex 20(6): 1448-1461.

Granular insula (Areas Ig1, Ig2, Ig3)

  • Kurth,F. et al., (2009) Cerebral Cortex 20(6): 1448-1461.

Limbic lobe

Cingulate gyrus (Areas 33, 25a, 25p, s24a, s24b, s32, p24a, p24b, pd24cd, pd24cv, pv24c, p32)

  • Palomero-Gallagher, N., et al., (2015). Neuroimage. 115: 117-190.
  • Palomero-Gallagher, N., et al. (2018). Cereb. Cortex. 10.1093/cercor/bhy124.

Hippocampus

  • Amunts,K. et al., (2005). Anat. Embryol. (Berl) 210, 343-352.

Occipital lobe

Occiptial pole (hOc1, hOc2)

  • Amunts,K et al., (2000). Neuroimage. 11, 66-84.

Dorsal occipital cortex (hOc3d, hOc4d, hOc6)

  • Kujovic et al., (2013) Brain Struct. Funct. 218(1):157-172.
  • Richter et al., (2019). Cereb. Cortex. 29:1305-1327.

Ventral occipital cortex (hOc3v, hOc4v)

  • Rottschy,C., et al., (2007). Hum Brain Mapp. 28(10):1045-1059.

Lateral occipital cortex (hOc4lp, hOc4la, hOc5)

  • Malikovic,A., et al., (2007). Cereb. Cortex 17, 562-574.
  • Malikovic,A., et al., (2016). Brain Struct. Funct. 221(4):1877-1897.

Parietal lobe

Primary somatosensory cortex (Areas 1, 2, 3a, 3b)

  • Geyer, S. et al., (1999). Neuroimage. 10, 63-83.
  • Geyer, S. et al., (2000). Neuroimage. 11, 684-696.
  • Grefkes, C. et al., (2001). Neuroimage. 14, 617-631.

Secondary somatosensory cortex (Areas OP 1 – OP 4)

  • Eickhoff, S.B et al., (2006). Cereb. Cortex 16, 254-267.
  • Eickhoff, S.B et al., (2006). Cereb. Cortex 16, 268-279.

Superior parietal cortex (Areas 5L, 5M, 5Ci, 7A, 7PC, 7M, 7P)

  • Scheperjans, F., et al. (2008a), Cereb. Cortex 18: 846-867
  • Scheperjans, F., et al. (2008b), Cereb. Cortex 18: 2141-2157

Inferior parietal cortex (Areas PFop, PFt, PF, PFm, PFcm, PGa, PGp)

  • Caspers et al. (2006), NeuroImage 33, 430-448
  • Caspers et al. (2008), Brain Struct. Funct. 212, 481-495

Intraparietal sulcus (Areas hIP1, hIP2, hIP3, hlP4, hlP5, hlP6, hlP7, hlP8)

  • Choi, H.J., et al. (2006), J. Comp. Neurol. 495, 53-69
  • Scheperjans, F., et al. (2008a), Cereb. Cortex. 18: 846-867
  • Scheperjans, F., et al. (2008b), Cereb. Cortex.18: 2141-2157

Parieto-occipital sulcus (hPO1)

  • Richter, M., et al. (2019), Cereb. Cortex. 29:1305-1327.

Temporal lobe

Superior temporal cortex (Areas TE 1.0, TE 1.1, TE 1.2 and TE 3)

  • Morosan, P. et al., (2001) Neuroimage 13:684-701.
  • Rademacher, J., et al., (2001) Neuroimage. 13: 669-683.
  • Morosan, P. et al., (2005) Anat.Embryol. 210, 401-406.

Fusiform gyrus (FG1, FG2, FG3, FG4)

  • Caspers, J., et al., (2013). Brain Struct. Funct. 218:511-526.
  • Lorenz, S., et al., (2017). Cereb. Cortex. 27(1):373-385.

Thalamus

Lateral, medial geniculate body (Lgb, Mgb)

  • Bürgel, U. et al., (2006). Neuroimage 29, 1092-1105.
  • Bürgel,U. et al., (1999) Neuroimage. 10(5), 489-99.

Additional Information

Combining probabilistic cytoarchitectonic maps and functional imaging data

Brain collection

Probability maps which are already published.


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