Atlas of the spinal cord: Mouse, rat, rhesus, marmoset and human
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The Atlas of the Spinal Cord is the first comprehensive atlas of rodent and primate spinal cords. This atlas features histological images and labeled drawings of every segment from rat, mouse, marmoset monkey, rhesus monkey, and human spinal cords. Nissl-stained section images and matching drawings for each segment are supplemented by up to four histochemical or immunohistochemical images on a facing page. The neuron groups supplying major limb muscles are identified in each species. Constructed by the established leaders in neuroanatomical atlas development, this new atlas will be the indispensable resource for scientists who work on rodent or primate spinal cord.
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Sengul, G.; Puchalski, R.; Watson, Charles (2012)Interpretation of the new wealth of gene expression and molecular mechanisms in the developing mouse spinal cord requires an accurate anatomical base on which data can be mapped. Therefore, we have assembled a spinal cord ...
Harrison, M.; O'Brien, A.; Adams, L.; Cowin, G.; Ruitenberg, M.; Sengul, G.; Watson, Charles (2012)Accurate identification of spinal cord segments in relation to vertebral landmarks is essential to surgery aimed at experimental spinal cord injury. We have analyzed a complete series of high-resolution magnetic resonance ...
Tokuno, H.; Tanaka, I.; Senoo, A.; Umitsu, Y.; Akazawa, T.; Nakamura, Y.; Watson, Charles (2011)In 2009, we reported an online brain atlas of the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus) at http://marmoset-brain.org:2008. Here we report new digital images of the primate spinal cord sections added to the website. We ...