The Brede Database: The main component in this database is data from
functional neuroimaging scientific articles containing Talairach coordinates.
Each article in this database is identified by a unique number: A `WOBIB'.
Some of the structure of the Brede Database is similar to the structure of the
(Research Imaging Center, San Antonio).
The Brede Database is also distributed with the
Toolbox — a program package primarily written in Matlab.
Raw database files
The database is available as XML and in the Matlab "mat"
Each 'bib' item (corresponding to a scientific article) is linked to
After pressing the number after 'PMID' (that are displayed on
some of the pages) the
web-browser will jump to the Entrez-PubMed entry.
An example: WOBIB: 52 is linked to
A few item are linked to similiar entries in the (original)
database, see, e.g.,
WOBIB: 114 - Talbot, et
al. (1991). However, the original BrainMap database
is no longer accessible, thus the links do not work.
Some of the 'ext' items are linked to MeSH terms of
the U. S. National Library of Medicine.
These are linked to the
The Brede Database 'Pain' (WOEXT: 40) is link to MeSH 'Pain' (MeSH UID:
Some of the 'ext' items that are associated with genes are
linked to standard bioinformatics databases such
as Ensembl, Entrez-Protein, Genecards, GenomeNet, GENSAT,
PubGene, see, e.g., the 5-HT2A