By George Paxinos, Glenda Margaret Halliday, Charles Watson, Yuri Koutcherov, Hongquin Wang
This atlas offers a correct and distinctive depiction of all mind constructions at fetal level E17.5, Day of start, and Day 6 postnatal. as well as mind buildings, the atlas delineates peripheral nerves, ganglia, arteries, veins, muscle groups bones and different organs. it's an crucial advisor for the translation of worried procedure alterations in gene knockout and transgenic mice. The authors are well-known leaders in mind cartography, and the delineations and portraits hyperlink the atlas with different hugely profitable Paxinos atlases, complementing the catalog of mind atlases of very best quality on hand from Elsevier. there's at present no substitute of comparable caliber and volume out there. · forty three pictures and drawings of Nissl-stained coronal sections of the mind of a fetal mouse at E17.5 days· sixty five images and drawings of Nissl-stained coronal sections of the mind of a mouse at the day of delivery· seventy three pictures and drawings of Nissl-stained coronal sections of the mind of a mouse elderly 6 days postnatal· The drawings are in accordance with the examine of sections stained with Nissl and various neuroactive components· as well as mind constructions, the atlas delineates peripheral nerves, ganglia, arteries, veins, muscle tissue bones and different organs· The accompanying CD comprises all drawings in pdf and eps codecs, and digital records of photos of the Nissl stained sections
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