The Zagreb Collection of human brains: a unique, versatile, but underexploited resource for the neuroscience community.

@article{Juda2011TheZC,
  title={The Zagreb Collection of human brains: a unique, versatile, but underexploited resource for the neuroscience community.},
  author={Milo{\vs} Juda{\vs} and Goran {\vS}imi{\'c} and Zdravko Petanjek and Nata{\vs}a Jovanov-Milo{\vs}evi{\'c} and Mihovil Pletikos and Lana Vasung and Mario Vuk{\vs}i{\'c} and Ivica Kostovi{\'c}},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2011},
  volume={1225 Suppl 1},
  pages={E105-30}
}
The Zagreb Collection of developing and adult human brains was founded in 1974 by Ivica Kostović and consists of 1,278 developing and adult human brains, including 610 fetal, 317 children, and 359 adult brains. It is one of the largest collections of developing human brains. The collection serves as a key resource for many focused research projects and has led to several seminal contributions on mammalian cortical development, such as the discovery of the transient fetal subplate zone and of… CONTINUE READING