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As the logical next step after sequencing the mouse genome, biologists have developed laboratory methods for rapidly determining where each of the 30K genes in the mouse genome is synthesizing protein. Applying these methods to the mouse brain, biologists are currently generating large numbers of 2D cross-sectional images that record the expression pattern for each gene in the mouse genome. In this paper, we describe the structure of a geometric database for the mouse brain that allowspmid:20631855 pmcid:PMC2903551 fatcat:habsunpesngpjcpgyfggqoq2cq