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by N. Bons,S. Silhol,V. Barbie,N. Mestre-Frances,D. Albe-Fessard

Author: N. Bons,S. Silhol,V. Barbie,N. Mestre-Frances,D. Albe-Fessard
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd (December 1, 1998)
Pages: 173 pages
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Bons N1, Silhol S, Barbié V, Mestre-Francés N, Albe-Fessard .

Bons N1, Silhol S, Barbié V, Mestre-Francés N, Albe-Fessard D. Author information. In response to the growing interest in the prosimian Microcebus murinus for studies on cerebral aging, the stereotaxic atlas of its brain was carried out in view of further anatomical, biochemical,, and behavioral investigations as well as for therapeutic experiments. This primate, which could be a valuable model for neuroscientific studies in various domains, presents numerous physiological advantages (.

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The discovery of age-related changes in the Microcebus murinus, brain rendered the compilation an an atlas essential

The discovery of age-related changes in the Microcebus murinus, brain rendered the compilation an an atlas essential. Recent results obtained concerning the evolution of the brain structures and cellular elements during the life of this prosimian have shown numerous similarities to the ageing human brain. The nature of these led to the conclusion that the specie Hardbound. The discovery of age-related changes in the Microcebus murinus, brain rendered the compilation an an atlas essential.

Includes bibliographical references. ix, 173 p. : Number of pages.

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A stereotaxic atlas of the grey lesser mouse lemur brain (Microcebus murinus)

A stereotaxic atlas of the grey lesser mouse lemur brain (Microcebus murinus). Nöelle Bons, Sandrine Silhol, Valérie Barbié, Nadine Mestre-Francés, D. Albe-fessard. In response to the growing interest in the prosimian Microcebus murinus for studies on cerebral aging, the stereotaxic atlas of its brain was carried out in view of further anatomical, biochemical. More).

Universite de Montpellier, France. Reprinted from Brain Research Bulletin, Volume 46/1,2, 1998. Neuroanatomical guide to the structure and function in this laboratory model, Microcebus murinus. For researchers. Halftone illustrations.