The NIH Blueprint Non-Human Primate (NHP) Atlas consists of a suite of gene expression data,
neuroanatomical data and informatics tools for exploring the cellular and
molecular architecture of the developing rhesus macaque brain.
The NIH Blueprint Non-Human Primate (NHP) Atlas, http://www.blueprintnhpatlas.org,
is funded from Federal funds from the National Institutes of Mental Health, Department of Health and
under Contract HHSN-271-2008-0047-C to the Allen Institute for Brain Science (Seattle, WA).
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The NIH Blueprint Non-Human Primate (NHP) Atlas includes the following
Fine structure transcriptional profiling across prenatal and postnatal development for fine nuclear
subdivisions of the prefrontal cortex, primary visual cortex, hippocampus, amygdala and ventral
Gross structure transcriptional profiling across postnatal development for the same structures
Cellular resolution in situ hybridization image data of five major brain regions during
postnatal developmental periods for genes clinically important for a variety of human
Serial analysis of selected genes across the entire adult brain, focusing on cellular marker genes,
genes with cortical area specificity and gene families important to neural function.
Whole brain serial analysis of genes ENC1 and GAP43 to aid neuroanatomical delineations for prenatal microdissection microarray.
Detailed gene expression search on the ISH data based on expert annotation.