rat brain atlas

Jerry Clayton claytonj at essex.hsc.colorado.edu
Thu Jun 15 00:13:51 EST 1995

If I'm not mistaken the classic "Paxinos and Watson" rat brain atlas
has a means of assessing differences amongst some rat subtypes even
though the atlas was not made with fisher 344.  Look in the first few
pages of text within the atlas.  I recall some sort of table.  Also, It
is likely that an older atlas is around based on 344's.  Our library has
several older atlases so mabe your local medical school library would 
have some as well.  Good luck!

Jerry Clayton, PhD
Dept. Neurol.
Univ. of Colo. Health Sci. Center
claytonj at essex.hsc.colorado.edu

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