Previous editions have made The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates the most important reference work in brain science, and the third most cited book in the history of science. This atlas is universally used, including for all major efforts in neuroinformatics and databasing on the rat brain. The 208 photographic plates of coronal, sagittal, and horizontal brain sections contained in the sixth edition are retained in this edition, with the corresponding diagrams now featuring thoroughly revised delineations. The seventh edition makes new additions of the neuromeric model of vertebrate brain anatomy and rhombomeric boundaries. A new brain is being cut exclusively for this edition, ensuring maximum image consistency and accuracy. Every lab working with the rat as an experimental animal model will want this new edition of The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates as their atlas of choice. New brain cut for the seventh edition, to ensure maximum image consistency and accuracy Brain images made on a new scanner, resulting in superior-quality image plates Features a new section with selected sections of rat spinal cord Thoroughly revised delineations in the coronal, sagittal and horizontal diagrams Includes theaddition of neuromeric model of vertebrate brain anatomy Includes the addition of rhombomeric boundariesThe mini-atlas contains twelve diagrams of coronal sections from one end of the rat brain to the other. ... The brain is made up of three main parts, the forebrain ( the prosencephalon), the midbrain (the mesencephalon), and the hindbrain (the anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates|
|Author||:||George Paxinos, Charles Watson|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2013-11-01|