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Mäuse - Mice
  1. Histology Atlas of the Mouse Mammary Gland
    Laboratory of Genetics & Physiology, National Institutes of Health.
    Maintained by the NIH, this is the most extensive website devoted to the mammary gland, and contains a wealth of information, tutorials, and links. Of particular relevance to this section of the video are pages showing whole-mounts of developmental stages, and histology of the major structural features.
  2. MMMDB - Mouse Multiple tissue Metabolome DataBase
    Institute for Advanced Biosciences, Keio University
    MMMDB is a freely available metabolomic database containing a collection of metabolites measured from multiple tissues from single mice. The datases are collected using a single instrument and not integrated from literatures, which is useful for capturing the holistic overview of large metabolomic pathway.
    Currently data from cerabra, cerebella, thymus, spleen, lung, liver, kidney, heart, pancreas, testis, and plasma are provided. Non-targeted analyses were performed by capillary electropherograms time-of-flight mass spectrometry (CE-TOFMS) and, therefore, both identified metabolites and unknown (without matched standard) peaks were uploaded to this database. Not only quantified concentration but also processed raw data such as electropherogram, mass spectrometry, and annotation (such as isotope and fragment) are provided.
  3. Mouse Atlas
    UCLA Laboratory of Neuro Imaging, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA.
    Diffusion-weighted uMRI images were acquired over several hours in a high-field magnet. Diffusion-weighted volumes show a great deal of anatomical detail and good contrast between gray and white matter. Blockface imaging is a colorimetric imaging modality free of many of the spatial artifacts that affect serially stained sections: shatter, tears, bubbles, and other mechanical distortions. High-resolution color images of the blockface are acquired as it is sectioned, relying on the inherent contrast of white and gray matter to discriminate anatomical boundaries.
  4. The Mouse Brain Library
    Consists of high-resolution images and databases of brains from many genetically characterized strains of mice. The mission is to systematically map and characterize genes that modulate architecture of the mammalian CNS. The site contains approximately 750 mouse brains, and numerical data from over 8,000 mice. The MBL also provides access to online tutorials, online movies (in QuickTime format), and a collection of links to other interesting Web resources.
  5. RMCA - Rat & Mouse Club of America
    RMCA is a club for domestic rat and mouse lovers. The site contains a link list "Rats & Mice in the Net".
  6. Whole Mouse Catalog
    The most recent version of what used to be known as the Mouse and Rat research page. Since 99% of research animals are rats and mice, those who work with these species will find many useful references listed here. The site is framed and contains major headings relating to rodents at various levels from the gene up through cells, organs, and the whole animal. Organization is straightforward and uncluttered. Overall the site is a good bookmark for future reference.


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