By Thomas, Dr. Mueller,Mario Wullimann
Atlas of Early Zebrafish mind improvement: a device for Molecular Neurogenetics, moment version, remains the single neuroanatomical expression atlas of vital genetic and immunohistochemical markers of this vertebrate version approach.
It represents a key reference and interpretation matrix for reading expression domain names of genes desirous about Zebrafish mind improvement and neurogenesis, and serves as a continual milestone during this learn sector.
This up to date quantity offers in-situ hybridized and immunostained arrangements of whole sequence of mind sections, revealing markers of the elemental phases within the lifestyles historical past of neuronal cells in very prime quality arrangements and photographic plates. particular additions to this version contain documentation at the distribution of neurons expressing GABA, dopamine and serotonin, fabric at the basal ganglia, hypothalamus, and the caudal, segmented a part of the diencephalon, new theories at the early association of the telencephalon and thalamus, and integration of a comparative standpoint at the mid- and hindbrain.
- Documentation at the distribution of neurons expressing GABA, dopamine and serotonin
- Material at the basal ganglia, hypothalamus, and the caudal, segmented a part of the diencephalon
- New theories concerning the early association of the telencephalon and thalamus
- Integration of a comparative point of view at the mid- and hindbrain
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