Rodent Models of Stroke [electronic resource]

  • Dirnagl, Ulrich. editor.
  • 2016
Rodent Models of Stroke [electronic resource]
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  • Title/Author
    Rodent Models of Stroke[electronic resource] / edited by Ulrich Dirnagl.
  • Edition
    2nd ed. 2016.
  • Author
    Dirnagl, Ulrich., editor.
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    SpringerLink (Online service)
  • Phy Desc.
    XII, 338 p. 61 illus., 54 illus. in color. : online resource.
  • Total State.
    Neuromethods,0893-2336 ; 120
  • Contents Note
    From Bedside to Bench: How Clinical Reality Should Instruct Stroke Modeling -- How to Avoid Bumping into the Translational Roadblock -- Modeling Focal Cerebral Ischemia in Rodents: Introduction and Overview -- Focal Cerebral Ischemia in the Mouse and Rat by Intraluminal Suture -- Focal Ischemia Models: Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion Induced by Electrocoagulation, Occluding devices and Endothelin-1 -- Mouse Model of in situ Thromboembolic Stroke and Reperfusion -- Photochemical Models of Focal Brain Ischemia -- Housing in an Enriched Environment ??A Tool to Study Functional Recovery after Experimental Stroke -- Modeling Risk Factors and Confounding Effects in Stroke -- Effect of Anesthesia in Stroke Models -- Non-invasive Brain Imaging in Small Animal Stroke Models: MRI, PET and SPECT -- Non-invasive Optical Imaging in Rodent Models of Stroke -- Behavioral Testing in Rodent Models of Stroke, Part I -- Behavioral Testing in Rodent Models of Stroke ?밣art II -- Combining Classical Comprehensive With Ethological Based, High Throughput Automated Behavioral Phenotyping for Rodent Models of Stroke -- Histology and Infarct Volume Determination in Rodent Models of Stroke -- Ethics of Modeling of Cerebral Ischemia in Small Animals -- Quality Control and Standard Operating Procedures -- Statistics in Experimental Stroke Research: From Sample Size Calculation to Data Description and Significance Testing -- Complexities, Confounders, and Challenges in Experimental Stroke Research: A Checklist for Researchers and Reviewers.
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    Springer eBooks
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    Printed edition: 9781493956180
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