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    Atlas of the Developing Mouse Brain
    by Paxinos, Wang, Watson




    Pages: 378
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    Edition: 1st., 2007
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-0-125476225

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    This book is an atlas of brains of late fetal and newborn mice. The ages of E17.5, P0, and P6 were selected to serve the needs of researchers interested in the effects of gene manipulation and other early interventions on late maturing brain anatomy, as well as those with other interests in the development of the brain. Most areas in the P6 and P0 atlases are presented in nearly the same level of detail as our atlas of the adult brain of this species (Paxinos and Franklin, 2003).

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