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ABAAmerican Bar Association
ABAAmerican Bankers Association
ABAAmerican Booksellers Association
ABAApplied Behavior Analysis (autism treatment)
ABAAmerican Basketball Association
ABAAmerican Bus Association
ABAAmerican Bicycle Association
ABAAssociation for Behavior Analysis
ABAAmerican Birding Association
ABAApplied Behavioral Analysis
ABAAmateur Boxing Association
ABAAmerican Beverage Association
ABAArchitectural Barriers Act
ABAAustralian Breastfeeding Association
ABAAbscisic Acid (plant hormone)
ABAAmerican Bakers Association
ABAAmerican Board of Anesthesiology
ABAAwfully Big Adventure
ABAAbakan (Russia)
ABAAmerican Bad Ass
ABAAustralian Bankers Association
ABAAmerican Burn Association
ABAAtlanta Bar Association (Atlanta, GA)
ABAAustralian Broadcasting Authority
ABAArt by Accident
ABAAddress Book Archive
ABAAmerican Bass Anglers (formerly Military Bass Anglers Association; Athens, AL)
ABAAnchin, Block & Anchin (accounting firm; New York)
ABAAssociação Brasileira de Antropologia (Brazil)
ABAAccredited Business Accountant
ABAArizona Builders’ Alliance (est. 1994)
ABAAlliance Bank of Arizona
ABAAllen Brain Atlas (AIBS research)
ABAAmerican Baptist Association
ABAAsian Business Association
ABAAsahi Broadcasting Aomori (Japan)
ABAAmerican Book Awards
ABAAcadémie des Beaux-Arts (French: Academy of Fine Arts; Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo)
ABAAustralian Bicentennial Authority
ABAAmerican Bantam Association (Augusta, NJ bantam breeders)
ABAApplications Based Architecture (software engineering)
ABAAmerican Bullmastiff Association
ABAAllied Beauty Association
ABAAmerican Bridge Association
ABAAuto Bedrijven Associatie (Dutch)
ABAAmerican Bass Association
ABAAcrylonitrile-Butadiene Acrylate
ABAAustralian Biotechnology Association
ABAArrogant Bastard Ale
ABAAmerican Ballet Academy
ABAAmerican Benedictine Academy (est. 1947)
ABAAutomatic Brake Adjuster
ABAAmerican Bioenergy Association
ABAArizona Bioindustry Association (also seen as ABIA)
ABAAddress Book Archive (file name extension)
ABAAmerican Beauty Association
ABAAlimentos Balanceados para Animales (Spanish)
ABAAdaptive Battlespace Awareness (US DoD Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration)
ABAAssociação Brasileira de Aeromodelismo (Brazil)
ABAAccommodation Booking Agency (various locations)
ABAAdult Buddhist Association
ABAAmerican Bartenders Association
ABAAgent Based Architecture
ABAAboriginal Benefits Account (royalty distribution account established under the Aboriginal Land Rights Act)
ABAAcceso Banda Ancha
ABAAmerican Badminton Association
ABAArabian Breeders Association
ABAAcid-Base Account
ABAAsia Biomass Association (Japan)
ABAAlberta Beekeepers Association
ABAAnother Bloody Acronym
ABAAustrian Biologists Association
ABAAaron Burr Association
ABAAppropriation & Budget Activity
ABAAmerican, British, Australian
ABAAllgemeine Basisausbildung (German)
ABAAgent-Based Application
ABAAssociation for Balkan Anthropology
ABAAmerican Bowling Association
ABAAberrated Beam Analyzer
ABAAsymptotic Bound Analysis
ABAAdvanced Ballistic Algorithm
ABAAdaptable Business Architecture (Peoplesoft)
ABAAmerican Bison Association
ABAAlaska Boating Association
ABAArea-by-Area Allocation
ABAArbeitsgemeinschaft für Betriebliche Altersversorgung eV
ABAAbove Mean Axis (drawing reference plane)
ABAArthroscopie Belge - Belgische Arthroscopie (Belgian Arthroscopy Association)
ABAAmerican Bedding Association
ABAAlex-Branch Associates Ltd (UK)
ABAAlahambra Creek
ABAAuto-Build Authorization
ABAAnnual Budget Authorization
ABAAssociation of Black Alumni
ABAAmerican Bell Association Internatinal, Inc
ABAAdvanced Battery Assessment
ABAArusha Beekeepers' Association (Tanzania)
ABAAnti-Bullying Association
ABAAndreas Bergmann Automation LLC (Navarre, FL)
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Paul Allen is seen during a 2006 event at the US Capitol in Washington where he spoke about the completion of the Allen Brain Atlas, a neuroscience initiative.
Among the factors that have contributed to the dissemination and use of genetic databases is the availability of tools developed by the Allen Brain Atlas datasets.
These images could help to compare different topics for analysis available in Allen Brain Atlas datasets.
Mitra, "Computational neuroanatomy and co-expression of genes in the adult mouse brain, analysis tools for the Allen Brain Atlas," Quantitative Biology, vol.
To resolve which neurons do what, Anderson's group pored over the Allen Brain Atlas, an online catalog that maps gene activity in the adult mouse brain.
Allen Brain Atlas (www.brain-map.org): This site is a noteworthy philanthropic contribution from Paul Allen to brain research.
"We were incredibly impressed with the Allen Institute's demonstrated commitment to tackling far-reaching projects with such great potential impact as the Allen Brain Atlas," says Thomas Stripling, director, PVA Research, Education, and Practice Guidelines.
It use the same concept and technology as the Institute's inaugural Allen Brain Atlas.
The Allen Reference Atlas (ARA) must be thought of as a supplement to the online Allen Brain Atlas. It provides gene expression data to facilitate delineation of brain structures, accumulate structure-based gene expression profiles, and define cell types in the brain based upon their molecular profiles; it attempts to unite neuroanatomy and modern genomic science.
The Allen Institute for Brain Science, Seattle, Wash., has completed its inaugural project, the Allen Brain Atlas. Arthur Toga, a member of the Institute's scientific advisory board, says the Atlas is a critical tool in helping to address questions about the brain that have confounded scientists, philosophers, and others for centuries.
The Allen Brain Atlas was born in 2003, when Paul Allen, philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder, provided $100 mill lion in seed money to launch the effort.
The Allen Institute recently completed the Allen Brain Atlas, a genome-wide mapping of gene expression for approximately 18,500 genes at cellular level.