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Gumbo 2.3 Tutorial [Flash movie 13:04 min]

The iScope—"internet microscope"—is a complete system for Internet microscopy. Located at the University of Tennessee in Memphis, the system uses three Zeiss Universal microscopes to provide online, realtime access to the slides which form the Mouse Brain Library. Secure user authentication and scheduling ensures reliable, responsive access to the system.

Aria 3-D v1.1 Movie Tutorial [Flash movie 8:10 min]

Aria 3-D allows you to download and analyze image stacks. You can select stacks from our growing library of images or you can use Gumbo to create your own. No registration is necessary to view images from our library, but if you want to be able to control the microscopes, create your own stacks, and customize your jobs, you must register.

Mouse Brain Atlas Tutorial [HTML Version]

How to make your own atlas in 10 easy steps.

Micrograph Imaging Tutorial [HTML Version]

This manual explains the process of the Mouse Optic Nerve Image Database (MONID). A collection of high magnification electron micrographs of the mouse optic nerve suitable for quantitative, comparative, and genetic analysis.

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