BICCN is building comprehensive reference brain cell atlases that integrate molecular, anatomical, and functional data for describing cell types in mouse, human, and non-human primate brains. The BICCN seeks broad and rapid data dissemination to accelerate scientific exploration and encourage community engagement.
All data produced from mouse, non-human primate, and open-access consented human brain samples will be available for unrestricted access and use immediately upon release to public databases.
Primary data available from:
Neuroscience Multi-Omic (NeMO) Archive is a data repository specifically focused on the storage and dissemination of -omic data generated from the BRAIN Initiative and related brain research projects. Sequence-level data for human samples consented with restrictions will be made available through an approval process in conjunction with NIMH Data Archive and NeMO archive.
Brain Image Library (BIL) is a national public resource enabling researchers to deposit, analyze, mine, share and interact with large brain image datasets. BIL encompasses the deposition of datasets, the integration of datasets into a searchable web-accessible system, the redistribution of datasets, and a computational enclave to allow researchers to process datasets in-place and share restricted and pre-release datasets. BIL is a public resource enabling researchers to deposit, analyze, mine, share and interact with large brain image datasets.
DANDI: Distributed Archives for Neurophysiology Data Integration is a Web platform for scientists to share, collaborate, and process data from cellular neurophysiology experiments. DANDI works with BICCN and other BRAIN Initiative awardees to curate data using community data standards such such as NWB and BIDS, and to make data and software for cellular neurophysiology FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable). DANDI will store electrical and optical cellular neurophysiology recordings and associated MRI and/or optical imaging data.