A framework for the visualization of brain structures
Nowadays biologists investigate different causes for deafness. One reason is a damage in a particular region of the auditory brain stem. Anatomical differences were discovered when investigating brain slices of different laboratory mice. However, these slices are only a two dimensional representation of a part of the brain. The arising question was how these differences of structure affect the three dimensional representation of this region. Therefore, an interdisciplinary framework was developed, which allows even unexperienced users to investigate and compare these regions.
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