Hintiryan H, Foster NN, Bowman I, Bay M, Song MY, Gou L, Yamashita S, Bienkowski MS, Zingg B, Zhu M, Yang XW, Shih JC, Toga AW, Dong HW. The mouse cortico-striatal projectome. Nature Neuroscience 2016 19:1100-1114. Article
Zingg B, Hintiryan H, Gou L, Song MY, Bay M, Bienkowski MS, Foster NN, Yamashita S, Bowman I, Toga AW, Dong HW. Neural networks of the mouse neocortex. Cell 2014 156:1096–1111. This paper was selected as Cell’s Best of 2014 and was one of only two 2014 landmark papers to also be recognized on the 40 years of Cell timeline. Article
Hintiryan H, Gou L, Zingg B, Yamashita S, Lyden HM, Song MY, Grewal AK, Zhang X, Toga AW, Dong HW. Comprehensive connectivity of the mouse main olfactory bulb: analysis and online digital atlas. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy 2012; 6:30. Article
Bota M, Dong H-W, Swanson LW. Combining collation and annotation efforts with an automated inference engine for completion of the rat and mouse connectomes. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 2012;6:2. Article
Biag J, Huang Y, Gou L, Hintiryan H, Askarinam A, Hahn JD, Toga AW, Dong HW. Cyto- and chemoarchitecture of the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus in the C57BL/6J male mouse: A study of immunostaining and multiple fluorescent tract tracing. Journal of Comparative Neurology 2011;520(1):6-33. Selected by Faculty of 1000 Biology. Article
Haubensak W, Kunwar P, Cai H, Ciocchi S, Wall S, Ponnusamy R, Biag J, Dong HW, Deisseroth K, Callaway EM, Fanselow MS, Lu A and David J. Anderson. Genetic dissection of an amygdala microcircuit that gates conditioned fear. Nature 2010;468(7321):270-6. Article
Poulos AM, Ponnusamy R, Dong HW, Fanselow MS. Compensation in the neural circuitry of fear conditioning awakens learning circuits in the bed nuclei of the stria terminalis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 2010;107(33):14881-6. Article
Dong HW, Swanson LW, Chen L, Fanselow M, Toga AW. Genomic-anatomy evidence of distinct functional domain within the hippocampal field CA1. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 2009;14:106(28):11794-9. Article
“…The Allen Reference Atlas is available for the first time in this lavishly produced, full-color print edition. This exciting new resource provides users with a meticulously selected and compiled collection of key information from the highly successful web-based Allen Brain Atlas, the now-famous online mouse brain anatomical atlas and gene expression database (www.brain-map.org). Including both coronal and sagittal mouse brain sectional views, these finely detailed brain map images have been carefully chosen for maximum utility and information content, and are presented as full-color plates on pages with corresponding text labels and lists of selected genetic markers.
The Allen Reference Atlas is a valuable addition to the reference libraries of millions of neuro-scientists, molecular biologists, genomicists, genomics researchers, informaticians, informatics researchers, and many other scientists for whom beautifully developed and perfectly accurate brain reference images are an indispensable tool…” —Editorial Reviews.
“… Overall, this atlas is an incredible compilation of work and is beautifully and artistically presented. The author clearly describes where this atlas differs from other published atlases, particularly with respect to differences in ontology and nomenclature. For the bench pathologist, it is an easy-to-use source for navigating the mouse brain. For the researcher, it is a tool, providing a framework on which to present and compare data, particularly because of the Web applications.” –Veterinary Pathology Online, 2008.
“… this atlas acts not only as a key companion to the Allen Reference Atlas but also as a harbinger of things to come.” –Genes, Brain and Behavior, 2010