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At some point in your career, you may have had to use an atlas, perhaps The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates. You may have even cited that particular atlas in your research. That’s not surprising since the atlas, now in its 7th edition, has been cited over 60,000 times and is ranked by Thomson ISI as one of the 50 most cited items in the Web of Science. Or you may have recently used the newest atlas by the most successful team of cartographers in neuroscience today – the MRI/DTI Atlas of the Rat Brain, by George Paxinos, Charles Watson, Evan Calabrese, Alexandra Badea and G Johnson. It is the first atlas to offer comprehensive MRI and DTI coverage of the rat brain, from the most successful team of cartographers in neuroscience today. Or maybe you’ve had need to use a specialized atlas like the Atlas of the Spinal Cord.
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MRI/DTI Atlas of the Rat Brain – The first atlas to offer comprehensive MRI and DTI coverage of the rat brain, from the most successful team of cartographers in neuroscience today.
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