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I tion about the source publication of every fact in the knowledge base, so that the user can judge the source of the information and seek further details in the literature. Such a system, incorporating the classical nomenclature and stereotaxic atlas of the primate brain and linked to a set of digital maps representing pathways that have been mapped in a primate, would supply ready answers to questions that currently require hours of library research. Information about pathways in the primate brain is published in such diverse formats that anything more than a cursory integration of extensive new findings is prohibitively difficult.
A set of neurons with essentially identical neurochemical characteristics whose cell bodies are located in the same place and that project to the same places. Because functions are more directly related to pathways and circuits of pathways than to classical structures of the brain defined by the gray-white dichotomy, nomenclatures based on pathways and circuits aid thought and communication about brain mechanisms. The ideal neuroscientific data base and management system would allow users to store spatial information by specifying its relation to the landmark structures of classical neuroanatomy and to retrieve information using the language of neuroanatomical circuitry.
If the site had been further lateral and outside substantia nigra pars compacta, for example, its location would have been designated SUBSTANTIA N I G R A PARS RETICULATA and the box at the bottom of Window B would contain the term 'substantia nigra pars lateralis (Francois),' indicating that the term was used in an atlas by Francois et al. (1985). Clicking on substantia nigra pars lateralis (Francois) would produce a map of an alternative segmentation of substantia nigra by that author (Fig. 9).