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The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates Compact

The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates  Compact Author George Paxinos
ISBN-10 9780128145500
Release 2017-12-07
Pages 388
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The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates Compact, Seventh Edition is a smaller sized (8.5 x 11inch), abridged version of the most referenced work in neuroscience (over 35,000 citations). The compact edition provides the coronal plates and diagrams of the current seventh edition in a smaller, more convenient spiral format and at a student friendly price. This book includes an introduction on current concepts in neuroanatomy, such as neuromeres and brain development. Students and seasoned researchers will find the first major unified nomenclature ontology tree based on development that features coronal photographic plates and juxtaposed diagrams. Features 161 coronal diagrams and accompanying photographic plates spaced at constant 120 micron intervals Includes a simplified mini-atlas for beginning neuroscientists, and for teaching purposes Covers the most accurate and widely used stereotaxic coordinate system Presents diagrams that are identical to those in the full Seventh Edition Includes a companion website of drawings in PDF, EPS, and AI formats, along with color images



The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates

The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates Author George Paxinos
ISBN-10 0080475159
Release 2006-11-02
Pages 456
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This completely revised edition of The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates, the second most cited book in science, represents a dramatic update from the previous edition. Based on a single rat brain, this edition features an entirely new coronal set of tissue cut in regular 120 micron intervals with accompanying photographs and drawings of coronal, horizontal and sagittal sections of this new set. The use of the single brain allows for greater consistency between sections, while advances in histochemistry techniques provides increased refinement in the definition of brain areas, making this the most accurate and detailed stereotaxic rat atlas produced to date. The atlas will also include a CD-ROM featuring all of the graphics and text. Every lab working with the rat as an experimental animal model will want to use this book as their atlas of choice. This book is also available in a softcover spiral binding at the same price. * Includes twice as many coronal sections, nissl plates, and sagittal plates as the previous edition * Uses a single rat brain allowing for better consistency and better delineations in the line drawings of structures * Provides improved stereotaxic coordinates at a higher level of detail * Accompanying CD-ROM features graphics and text * Now available as hardcover version and softcover version with a spiral binding at the same price.



MRI DTI Atlas of the Rat Brain

MRI DTI Atlas of the Rat Brain Author George Paxinos
ISBN-10 9780124173170
Release 2015-05-28
Pages 224
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MRI/DTI Atlas of the Rat Brain offers two major enhancements when compared with earlier attempts to make MRI/DTI rat brain atlases. First, the spatial resolution at 25μm is considerably higher than previous data published. Secondly, the comprehensive set of MRI/DTI contrasts provided has enabled the authors to identify more than 80% of structures identified in The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates. Ninety-six coronal levels from the olfactory bulb to the pyramidal decussation are depicted Delineations primarily made on the basis of direct observations on the MRI contrasts Each of the 96 open book pages displays four items— top left, the directionally colored fractional anisotropy image derived from DTI (DTI - FAC); top right, the diffusion-weighted image (DWI); bottom left, the gradient recalled echo (GRE); and bottom right, a diagrammatic synthesis of the information derived from these three images plus two additional images, which are not displayed (ARDC and RD). This is repeated for 96 coronal levels, which makes the levels 250 μm apart. The FAC images are shown in full color The orientation of sections corresponds to that in Paxinos and Watson’s The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates, 7th Edition (2014) The images have been obtained from 3D isotropic population averages (number of rats=5). All abbreviations of structure names are identical to the Paxinos & Watson histologic atlas.



MRI DTI Atlas of the Rat Brain

MRI DTI Atlas of the Rat Brain Author George Paxinos
ISBN-10 9780124173170
Release 2015-05-28
Pages 224
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MRI/DTI Atlas of the Rat Brain offers two major enhancements when compared with earlier attempts to make MRI/DTI rat brain atlases. First, the spatial resolution at 25μm is considerably higher than previous data published. Secondly, the comprehensive set of MRI/DTI contrasts provided has enabled the authors to identify more than 80% of structures identified in The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates. Ninety-six coronal levels from the olfactory bulb to the pyramidal decussation are depicted Delineations primarily made on the basis of direct observations on the MRI contrasts Each of the 96 open book pages displays four items— top left, the directionally colored fractional anisotropy image derived from DTI (DTI - FAC); top right, the diffusion-weighted image (DWI); bottom left, the gradient recalled echo (GRE); and bottom right, a diagrammatic synthesis of the information derived from these three images plus two additional images, which are not displayed (ARDC and RD). This is repeated for 96 coronal levels, which makes the levels 250 μm apart. The FAC images are shown in full color The orientation of sections corresponds to that in Paxinos and Watson’s The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates, 7th Edition (2014) The images have been obtained from 3D isotropic population averages (number of rats=5). All abbreviations of structure names are identical to the Paxinos & Watson histologic atlas.



The Brain

The Brain Author Charles Watson
ISBN-10 0080920489
Release 2010-09-20
Pages 216
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The authors of the most cited neuroscience publication, The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates, have written this introductory textbook for neuroscience students. The text is clear and concise, and offers an excellent introduction to the essential concepts of neuroscience. Based on contemporary neuroscience research rather than old-style medical school neuroanatomy Thorough treatment of motor and sensory systems A detailed chapter on human cerebral cortex The neuroscience of consciousness, memory, emotion, brain injury, and mental illness A comprehensive chapter on brain development A summary of the techniques of brain research A detailed glossary of neuroscience terms Illustrated with over 130 color photographs and diagrams This book will inspire and inform students of neuroscience. It is designed for beginning students in the health sciences, including psychology, nursing, biology, and medicine. Clearly and concisely written for easy comprehension by beginning students Based on contemporary neuroscience research rather than the concepts of old-style medical school neuroanatomy Thorough treatment of motor and sensory systems A detailed chapter on human cerebral cortex Discussion of the neuroscience of conscience, memory, cognitive function, brain injury, and mental illness A comprehensive chapter on brain development A summary of the techniques of brain research A detailed glossary of neuroscience terms Illustrated with over 100 color photographs and diagrams



Chemoarchitectonic Atlas of the Rat Forebrain

Chemoarchitectonic Atlas of the Rat Forebrain Author George Paxinos
ISBN-10 0125476132
Release 1999
Pages 248
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Chemoarchitectonic Atlas of the Rat Forebrain, featuring 242 fully labeled, large photographs, is the most comprehensive atlas of the rat forebrain ever published. It identifies brain structure not only on the conventional Nissl-stained sections but on additional six stains of interest to neuroscientists. This authoritative atlas provides comprehensive information about the location of chemicals in the rat forebrain, while redefining brain regions on the basis of the distribution of these substances. Key Features * 242 fully delineated photographic plates in a large 13" x 14" format * Sets new standards of accuracy in the delineations of brain regions * Based on a single brain sectioned in the coronal plane * Presents at regular intervals photographs of sections stained for parvalbumin, calbindin, calretinin, neurofilament protein (SMi32), Nissl, tyrosine hydroxylase, and NADPH/diaphorase. * An excellent companion to The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates, Compact and Fourth Editions, and Chemoarchitectonic Atlas of the Rat Brainstem



RAT BRAIN IN STEREOTAXIC CRDINATS 2EPPR

RAT BRAIN IN STEREOTAXIC CRDINATS 2EPPR Author George Paxinos
ISBN-10 9780323137676
Release 2012-12-02
Pages 264
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The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates, Second Edition is an atlas of the rat brain based on the convenient flat-skull position that is sufficiently comprehensive and stereotaxically accurate for adult rats. The rat brain is analyzed through stereotaxic localization of discrete brain areas and the subdivisions of many areas of rat brain are mapped using plates and diagrams. Photographs of sufficient magnification are included to permit investigators to judge for themselves the veracity of the atlas delineations. This atlas is based on the study of 130 adult male Wistar rats (with a weight range of 270-310 g). It is suitable for brains of 250-350 g male and female rats and represents all areas of the brain and spinal cord. Brain areas are shown in coronal, sagittal, and horizontal planes. The brain sections shown were taken on average at 0.25 mm intervals and were stained with either cresyl violet or for the demonstration of acetylcholinesterase (AChE). The atlas is based on fresh brains frozen in the skull (using deeply anesthetized rats) in order to overcome distortion produced by fixation and to enhance staining contrast. Structures are delineated on the basis of data on cytoarchitecture, chemoarchitecture, and connectivity. The procedures used for surgery, histology, and photography are also explained. This atlas is intended for use by researchers and graduate students in the neuroscience, as well as senior undergraduates interested in brain anatomy and function.



The Beagle Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates

The Beagle Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates Author Xavier Palazzi
ISBN-10 1441983724
Release 2011-06-23
Pages 119
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This is an up-to-date atlas of the stereotaxic coordinates of the beagle brain. It provides stellar illustrations of the organization of nerve tracts and the morphology of the nuclei that compose the central nervous system.



The Mouse Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates

The Mouse Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates Author George Paxinos
ISBN-10 012547640X
Release 2004
Pages 100
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This second edition of 'The Mouse Brain in Steroetaxic Coordinates' includes lower brainstem sections, an entire sagittal plan of section and includes a revised section on all delineations, especially of the cortex.



The Marmoset Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates

The Marmoset Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates Author George Paxinos
ISBN-10 0124158188
Release 2011
Pages 284
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The Marmoset Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates is the most comprehensive atlas of the brain of this animal available. The atlas is constructed in the style of The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates, the most-cited book in neuroscience. It represents a collaboration between world leaders in neuroanatomy of the primate cortex and subcortex. It will be an indispensible tool for neuroanatomists, behavioral neuroscientists, and molecular biologists trying to understand the primate brain. ENDORSED BY SOCIETY FOR BRAIN MAPPING AND THERAPEUTICS (SBMT) - SBMT is a non-profit society organized for the purpose of encouraging basic and clinical scientists who are interested in areas of Brain Mapping, engineering, stem cell, nanotechnology, imaging and medical device to improve the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients afflicted with neurological disorders. This society promotes the public welfare and improves patient care through the translation of new technologies/therapies into life saving diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. The Society is focused in breaking boundaries of science, technology, medicine, art and healthcare policy. For more information about how to become a member or participate in SBMT programs please visit: www.WorldBrainMapping.org * 97 coronal diagrams and 97 accompanying photographic plates spaced at regular intervals and stained alternately for either Nissl or calbindin * 100 fully labeled photographic plates of acetylcholinesterase and SMI32 sections at regular stereotaxic intervals * Complete and up-to-date delineation of all areas of cortex and subcortex * Stereotaxically accurate * Electronic diagrams are available to purchasers of this book via booksite.elsevier.com/9780124158184 ENDORSED BY SOCIETY FOR BRAIN MAPPING AND THERAPEUTICS (SBMT) - SBMT is a non-profit society organized for the purpose of encouraging basic and clinical scientists who are interested in areas of Brain Mapping, engineering, stem cell, nanotechnology, imaging and medical device to improve the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients afflicted with neurological disorders. This society promotes the public welfare and improves patient care through the translation of new technologies/therapies into life saving diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. The Society is focused in breaking boundaries of science, technology, medicine, art and healthcare policy. For more information about how to become a member or participate in SBMT programs visit www.WorldBrainMapping.org



RAT BRAIN IN STEREOTAXIC CRDINATS 2EPPR

RAT BRAIN IN STEREOTAXIC CRDINATS 2EPPR Author George Paxinos
ISBN-10 9780323137676
Release 2012-12-02
Pages 264
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The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates, Second Edition is an atlas of the rat brain based on the convenient flat-skull position that is sufficiently comprehensive and stereotaxically accurate for adult rats. The rat brain is analyzed through stereotaxic localization of discrete brain areas and the subdivisions of many areas of rat brain are mapped using plates and diagrams. Photographs of sufficient magnification are included to permit investigators to judge for themselves the veracity of the atlas delineations. This atlas is based on the study of 130 adult male Wistar rats (with a weight range of 270-310 g). It is suitable for brains of 250-350 g male and female rats and represents all areas of the brain and spinal cord. Brain areas are shown in coronal, sagittal, and horizontal planes. The brain sections shown were taken on average at 0.25 mm intervals and were stained with either cresyl violet or for the demonstration of acetylcholinesterase (AChE). The atlas is based on fresh brains frozen in the skull (using deeply anesthetized rats) in order to overcome distortion produced by fixation and to enhance staining contrast. Structures are delineated on the basis of data on cytoarchitecture, chemoarchitecture, and connectivity. The procedures used for surgery, histology, and photography are also explained. This atlas is intended for use by researchers and graduate students in the neuroscience, as well as senior undergraduates interested in brain anatomy and function.



The Spinal Cord

The Spinal Cord Author Charles Watson
ISBN-10 0080921388
Release 2009-11-27
Pages 408
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Many hundreds of thousands suffer spinal cord injuries leading to loss of sensation and motor function in the body below the point of injury. Spinal cord research has made some significant strides towards new treatment methods, and is a focus of many laboratories worldwide. In addition, research on the involvement of the spinal cord in pain and the abilities of nervous tissue in the spine to regenerate has increasingly been on the forefront of biomedical research in the past years. The Spinal Cord, a collaboration with the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, is the first comprehensive book on the anatomy of the mammalian spinal cord. Tens of thousands of articles and dozens of books are published on this subject each year, and a great deal of experimental work has been carried out on the rat spinal cord. Despite this, there is no comprehensive and authoritative atlas of the mammalian spinal cord. Almost all of the fine details of spinal cord anatomy must be searched for in journal articles on particular subjects. This book addresses this need by providing both a comprehensive reference on the mammalian spinal cord and a comparative atlas of both rat and mouse spinal cords in one convenient source. The book provides a descriptive survey of the details of mammalian spinal cord anatomy, focusing on the rat with many illustrations from the leading experts in the field and atlases of the rat and the mouse spinal cord. The rat and mouse spinal cord atlas chapters include photographs of Nissl stained transverse sections from each of the spinal cord segments (obtained from a single unfixed spinal cord), detailed diagrams of each of the spinal cord segments pictured, delineating the laminae of Rexed and all other significant neuronal groupings at each level and photographs of additional sections displaying markers such as acetylcholinesterase (AChE), calbindin, calretinin, choline acetlytransferase, neurofilament protein (SMI 32), enkephalin, calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP), and neuronal nuclear protein (NeuN). The text provides a detailed account of the anatomy of the mammalian spinal cord and surrounding musculoskeletal elements The major topics addressed are: development of the spinal cord; the gross anatomy of the spinal cord and its meninges; spinal nerves, nerve roots, and dorsal root ganglia; the vertebral column, vertebral joints, and vertebral muscles; blood supply of the spinal cord; cytoarchitecture and chemoarchitecture of the spinal gray matter; musculotopic anatomy of motoneuron groups; tracts connecting the brain and spinal cord; spinospinal pathways; sympathetic and parasympathetic elements in the spinal cord; neuronal groups and pathways that control micturition; the anatomy of spinal cord injury in experimental animals; The atlas of the rat and mouse spinal cord has the following features: Photographs of Nissl stained transverse sections from each of 34 spinal segments for the rat and mouse; Detailed diagrams of each of the 34 spinal segments for rat and mouse, delineating the laminae of Rexed and all other significant neuronal groupings at each level. ; Alongside each of the 34 Nissl stained segments, there are additional sections displaying markers such as acetylcholinesterase, calbindin, calretinin, choline acetlytransferase, neurofilament protein (SMI 32), and neuronal nuclear protein (NeuN) All the major motoneuron clusters are identified in relation to the individual muscles or muscle groups they supply.



Manson s Right Hand Man Speaks Out

Manson s Right Hand Man Speaks Out Author Charles D. Watson
ISBN-10 9780967851938
Release 2012-12-21
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Manson's Right-Hand Man Speaks Out is an interview with Charles "Tex" Watson, covering ten intriguing subjects chapter by chapter. It provides something for everyone, including factual information for the historian, counsel for parents in raising successful children, research assistance for students, and answers for teenagers. Those searching will find the Truth and see at last how to stop the pain.



A Stereotaxic Atlas of the Golden Hamster Brain

A Stereotaxic Atlas of the Golden Hamster Brain Author Lawrence P. Morin
ISBN-10 0125070403
Release 2001
Pages 146
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Atlas providing a pictorial synopsis of all known information about the Golden Hamster brain, important information for those using this species of hamster for research in a number of key areas of study. The CD-ROM contains all of the illustrations, photos and text of the atlas.



Atlas of the Developing Mouse Brain

Atlas of the Developing Mouse Brain Author George Paxinos
ISBN-10 9780125476225
Release 2007
Pages 353
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This atlas provides an accurate and detailed depiction of all brain structures at fetal stage E17.5, Day of birth, and Day 6 postnatal. In addition to brain structures, the atlas delineates peripheral nerves, ganglia, arteries, veins, muscles bones and other organs. It is an indispensable guide for the interpretation of nervous system changes in gene knockout and transgenic mice. Contains: 43 photographs and drawings of Nissl-stained coronal sections of the brain of a fetal mouse at E17.5 days, 65 photographs and drawings of Nissl-stained coronal sections of the brain of a mouse on the day of birth, and 73 photographs and drawings of Nissl-stained coronal sections of the brain of a mouse aged 6 days postnatal. The drawings are based on the study of sections stained with Nissl and a range of neuroactive substances. In addition to brain structures, the atlas delineates peripheral nerves, ganglia, arteries, veins, muscles bones and other organs.



Primate Brain Maps

Primate Brain Maps Author Richard F. Martin
ISBN-10 044450415X
Release 2000-01-01
Pages 160
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Primate Brain Maps is a major new publication for the neurosciences. Published as a hard-cover book with accompanying CD-ROM, it will not only be an invaluable tool and reference work for everyone working in primate brain research, but also a unique source of information for all those in the fields of neuroanatomy and neuroinformatics. Features include: Book A history of primate brain atlases from Serres (1824) to Paxinos et al. (1999), and a thorough survey of the 30 most comprehensive primate brain atlases of the twentieth century, from tree shrew to chimpanzee. Methods and nomenclature (NeuroNames™) used in the preparation of Primate Brain Maps. 58 labelled coronal sections at 1mm intervals from the brain of Macaca fascicularis, with photomicrographs of their associated Nissl-stains. 4 labelled maps of the cortical surface. Quantitative comparison of the size and variation of subcortical structures of the macaques and other primate species as represented in published stereotaxic atlases, and applicability of Primate Brain Maps to different macaques and other primate species. How to use the atlas templates provided on the CD-ROM for mapping data. Structure and abbreviation indices. CD-ROM The 58 coronal sections available as unlabelled template files in eps format (two sets - landmark and boundary), for downloading and use in mapping primate neuroanatomical data. The four cortical surface maps, and views of the major sulci opened, available as template files in eps format for download and mapping onto. NeuroNames™ a fully searchable database of over 7000 synonyms for over 1400 neuroanatomical structures found in humans, other primates and rats, and a hierarchy of some 350 volumetric structures designed to be used as a skeleton for digital data management in spreadsheets or 2- and 3-D spatial environments - all linked to a fully labelled version of the atlas. A unique library of over 500 Nissl, myelin, frozen coronal and MRI images of the macaque brain - all linked to their nearest appropriate labelled atlas map.



Atlas of the Developing Rat Nervous System

Atlas of the Developing Rat Nervous System Author George Paxinos
ISBN-10 9781483284910
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 438
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In response to the explosion of research in developmental neurobiology, this new edition of the Atlas of the Developing Rat Brain has been expanded to include all of the plates and diagrams of the previous book, PLUS an additional 95 plates and 95 diagrams delineating the entire rat nervous system. Atlas of the Developing Rat Nervous System features large, high-magnification photographs of serial brain sections of the embryonic and neonatal laboratory rat, with opposing fully labeled diagrams. Complementing the classic atlas by Paxinos and Watson, The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates, Second Edition (Academic Press, 1986), this new atlas is the standard reference for developmental neuroscientists. Key Features * Provides section-by-section photographs and accompanying labeled diagrams of the embryonic and neonatal rat brain * Shows brain development at Embryonic Days 14 (Whole embryo), 16, 17, and 19, as well as Postnatal Day 0 * Delineates nerves, ganglia, arteries, veins, bones, and foramina of the head on Embryonic Days 14 and 19 * Depicts 912 brain structures or their primordial counterparts * Large size in an easy-to-use, spiral-bound format * Includes a full list of abbreviations, index of structures, and references * 224 photographs alongside meticulously drawn diagrams depict the central and peripheral nervous system and other body organs * Depicts ages E14, E16, and E19 in the customary coronal and sagittal planes and E17 and P0 in the coronal plane