Neuroanatomical collections

Glenn Rosen glenn_rosen at bih.harvard.edu
Tue Jun 6 09:09:04 EST 1995


In article <3r04cb$f6i at vixen.cso.uiuc.edu>, Svilen Tzonev <svilen> wrote:

>Hello,
>
>I am looking for information on any neuroanatomical collections of sliced human
>brains. 
>
>I am interested in a 3-D reconstruction of the Lateral Geniculate Nucleus and
>possibly other brain structures.
>
>If you know of such collections (banks or whatever) that have such material and
>would make it accesible to outside people please let me know. 

The Armed Forces Institue of Pathology has the entire Yakovlev collection
of whole brain serial sections available for research. They are located in
Washington, D.C. (or maybe in Silver Spring, MD -- it's near the border).
Sorry, but I don't have a number for them handy.

Glenn Rosen
glenn_rosen at bih.harvard.edu



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