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When citing the HDBR Atlas or the resources developed as part of the Atlas, please use the following text: HDBR Atlas (http://hdbratlas.org)

and refer to this publication:

Kerwin J, Yang Y, Merchan P, Sarma S, Thompson J, Wang X, Sandoval J, Puelles L, Baldock R and Lindsay S. The HUDSEN Atlas: a three-dimensional (3D) spatial framework for studying gene expression in the developing human brain. J Anat 2010, 217 (4):289-299.

When acknowledging the use of data located in the Gene expression database, please refer to its ID (expressed as HUDSEN:#, where # is the numerical identifier for the entry).

When acknowledging the use of images from the Digital Image Hub, please use the following text:

The human histology images were provided by the Joint MRC / Wellcome Trust (MR/R006237/1) Human Developmental Biology Resource (www.hdbr.org; Gerrelli at al [2015]).

and refer to this publication:

Gerrelli D, Lisgo S, Copp AJ, Lindsay S (2015) Enabling research with human embryonic and fetal tissue resources. Development 142:3073-6. doi: 10.1242/dev.122820.

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