Atlas of Prenatal Rat Brain Development  book cover
SAVE
$70.00
1st Edition

Atlas of Prenatal Rat Brain Development



ISBN 9780849389931
Published November 21, 1994 by CRC Press
664 Pages

 
SAVE ~ $70.00
was $350.00
USD $280.00

Prices & shipping based on shipping country


Preview

Book Description

The result of 3 decades of original research and instruction by internationally referenced authors, Drs. Joseph Altman and Shirley A. Bayer, the Atlas of Prenatal Rat Brain Development provides a complete, state-of-the-art presentation of the developing prenatal rat brain. With the aid of advanced computer graphics, Altman and Bayer revolutionize the study of the highly vulnerable prenatal brain and bring us closer to understanding the dynamics of its development, its malfunctions, deficits, and abnormalities. Their contributions to the field of brain research, and hence to our knowledge of brain disorders, are unsurpassed.
The Atlas contains more than 265 platesÛeach plate accompanied by a computer-aided drawing, a 3-dimensional reconstruction of brain slices never before achieved with such accuracy and clarity, that assists in the visualization of the brain and of the relationships among various brain regions. A new, user-friendly alphanumeric coding system is used, allowing for easy identification of brain regions.

Reviews

ÏThe authors have done an admirable job of presenting an extensive and comprehensive atlas of the developing rat brain in both coronal and sagittal sections. They have employed a number of innovative approaches that help to provide information about the dynamics of development.Ó
ÒTrends in Endocrinology and Metabolism
ÏThe authors have done an admirable job of presenting an extensive and comprehensive atlas of the developing rat brain in both coronal and sagittal sections. They have employed a number of innovative approaches.Ó
ÒTrends in Endocrinology and Metabolism

With the aid of advanced computer graphics, the authors revolutionize the study of the highly vulnerable prenatal brain and bring us closer to understanding the dynamics of its development, malfunctions, deficits, and abnormalities.