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CAVEman: Standardized anatomical context for biomedical data mapping

This article explains the development and uses of a three-dimensional computer simulation of the human male anatomy that can be used for both the medical education, medical and research settings. The goal of the simulation is to allow for scenarios that model important processes in a patientÂ’s body, including gene expression patterns, metabolic activity, the effects of interventions such as drug treatments, and eventually surgical simulations

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Resource Type: Simulation, Journal Article/Issue
Audience Level: Graduate, Professional (degree program)

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Publisher: Education
Format: text/html
Copyright and other restrictions: Yes
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