Kaufman's Atlas of Mouse Development Supplement

  • ID: 3148945
  • Book
  • 344 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Kaufman's Atlas of Mouse Development: With Coronal Sections continues the stellar reputation of the original Atlas by providing updated, in-depth anatomical content and morphological views of organ systems.The publication offers written descriptions of the developmental origins of the organ systems alongside high-resolution images for needed visualization of developmental processes. Matt Kaufman himself has annotated the coronal images in the same clear, meticulous style of the original Atlas. Kaufman's Atlas of Mouse Development: With Coronal Sections follows the original Atlas as a continuation of the standard in the field for developmental biologists and researchers across biological and biomedical sciences studying mouse development.
  • Provides high-resolution images for best visualization of key developmental processes and structures
  • Offers in-depth anatomy and morphological views of organ systems
  • Written descriptions convey developmental origins of the organ systems
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1. Introduction 2. Coronal Sections 3. The early embryo (E1-5) & extraembryonic tissues 4. Laying down the body plan (E5.5-8.5)  5. Alimentary system 6. Pancreas and Spleen 7. Cardiovascular system 8. Haematopoietic system 9. Reproductive system  10. Respiratory system 11. Urinary system 12. Integument & associated tissues 13. Axial skeleton, joints, body musculature 14. PNS and spinal cord 15. Limbs 16. The craniofacial region 17. Palate and Tongue Development 18. The developmental anatomy of teeth 19. Brain 20. Visual System 21. Auditory System 22. Olfactory System 23. Data Resources
Ontology annotation 24. Data Resources
Spatial annotation 25. Phenotyping

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Baldock, Richard
Biomedical Systems Analysis, MRC (Medical Research Council) Human Genetics Unit, University of Edinburgh Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UK
Bard, Jonathan
Bioinformatics & Development, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
Davidson, Duncan
Biomedical Systems Analysis, MRC Human Genetics Unit, University of Edinburgh Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UK
Morriss-Kay, Gillian
Dept. of Human Anatomy and Genetics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
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