Under sponsorship of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), MRPath, Inc. conducted a project with the goal of demonstrating the feasibility of an Internet-based, three-dimensional atlas of the mouse with effective volume resolution down to 100 x 100 x 100 microns (1 x 10-3 mm3), more than 10,000 times higher resolution that that of routine clinical MRI.

This atlas is maintainted here to help students learn murine (mouse) anatomy and help researchers adjust to murine anatomy as imaged by MR in grayscale.

The visible mouse atlas viewer is a very early prototype (using ImageJ) of VoxStation, the image analysis workstation software developed and offered by Umlaut Software, Inc..

The visible mouse atlas viewer requires Java. On most systems you will be prompted to install Java if you do not have it or need a newer version.

Also note that if you are behind a corporate firewall or proxy server, this version of the viewer may not work. If this is the case, please send us an e-mail at info@umlautsoftware.com (or use the Contact page) and we will set you up with an account on our VoxPort demo system that lets you set your proxy server info.


Also see our Mouse Strain Phenotype Database!