Hi David,


Thanks so very much for your kind reply.


I shall take a look at the CoCoMac database.


Best wishes,





From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of David Vanessen
Sent: 22 March 2007 23:36
To: Caret, SureFit, and SuMS software users
Cc: Rolf K├Âtter
Subject: Re: [caret-users] Macaque Neuroanatomy




The best source I know of for your questions is the CoCoMac database developed 
by Rolf Kotter and colleagues.




You have to get an account, but once you do, you can search for connections of 
any area of interest and then click on the area abbreviation to get a popup 
window showing the full name and reference. The results are:




TA: Temporal area TA

TE: Inferotemporal area TE

PA#1: Postcentral area PA

von Bonin, G; Bailey, P 


The Neocortex of Macaca Mulatta



IPa: Intraparietal sulcus associated area in the superior temporal sulcus

TAa: Temporal area TAa

Seltzer, B; Pandya, DN 1978



Ts1: Area temporalis superior 1

Galaburda, AM; Pandya, DN


The intrinsic architectonic and connectional organization of the superior 
temporal region of the rhesus monkey



NeuroNames in BrainInfo (http://braininfo.rprc.washington.edu/) is another 
useful source of terminology information but doesn't yet have full entries for 
the ones you asked about.  


David Van Essen


On Mar 22, 2007, at 12:27 PM, Hamied Haroon wrote:


I'm not a neuroanatomist, but I want to find the neuroanatomical names for the 
temporal areas in the F99UA1 macaque parcellated according to 

Most of the abbreviations given in the associated paint colour key are listed 
explicitly in the "LVE00" reference paper (Lewis JW and Van Essen DC, J Comp 
Neurol, 428:112-37, 2000). Unfortunately the following abbreviations don't 
appear to be given in full in this reference paper or in the other references 
cited (Seltzer B and Pandya DN, Brain Res, 149:1-24, 1978, and Cusick CG et 
al., J Comp Neurol, 360:513-35, 1995):








I would be very grateful if anyone could please let me know what these 
abbreviations are in full.


Many thanks in anticipation.






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