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Atlas of the Prenatal Mouse Brain [Hardcover]

Schambra


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Jan. 1 1992 0126225850 978-0126225853 1
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Comprehensive atlas of both normal and abnormal developing mouse brain, for researchers in neurobiology, neurotoxicology, or biotechnology. Includes four gestational age groups, with brain sections in sagittal, coronal, and horizonal planes for each.

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The Prenatal Mouse Brain Atlas is the only comprehensive book available for studies of mouse brain development from early embryonic to late fetal stages. Color images of whole, hematoxylin, and eosin stained sagittal, coronal, and horizontal sections are provided at four different ages. In addition, high magnification images are included that highlight areas of developmental interest. The atlas is designed to support research of normal and abnormal brain development in developmental neuroscience, gene manipulation, molecular biology, and neurotoxicology.

Key Features:

  • Color images of hematoxylin and eosin stained sections
  • 26 High magnification images, highlighting areas of developmental interest
  • 254 images and matching diagrams with outlined and annotated structures:

 Gestational Day (GD) 12 heads:

   16 GD 12 sagittal
   22 GD 12 coronal
   18 GD 12 horizontal

 GD 14  heads:

   20 GD 14 sagittal
   33 GD 14 coronal
   24 GD 14 horizontal

 GD 16 brains:   

   16 GD 16 sagittal
   30 GD 16 coronal
   17 GD 16 horizontal

 GD 18 brains:
   17 GD 18 sagittal
   26 GD 18 coronal
   15 GD 18 horizontal

  • Delineation of peripheral nerves, eyes, inner ear, ganglia and other structures in the heads of GD 12 and 14 embryos
  • DVD with complete sets of images, labeled diagrams, and diagrams superimposed on images

About the author:

Dr. Uta Schambra is Associate Professor in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee, USA.

--This text refers to the Spiral-bound edition.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Free the mice, it's springtime Sept. 22 2012
By Ashtar Command - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
This is a bizarre book showing large, full-page photos of vivisected mouse brains in various stages of development. Or decomposition? There is almost no text. The brains belong to the C57 B1/6J, an inbred mouse strain from the Jackson Laboratories. Tissues were dehydrated in an ascending series of ethanols and toluene and embedded in Paraplast.

I hope this research will eventually solve the problem of diabetes, obesity or Midwestern rust belts. If not, some ethical committee might want to take a closer look at the Jackson Laboratories...

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