[Neuroscience] First brain slice study ever?
(by f.windels from uq.edu.au)
Wed Sep 12 21:26:59 EST 2007
It's probably McIlwain in the fifties,
You can check that on http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez
On 12/9/07 2:42 PM, "Bill" <connelly.bill from gmail.com> wrote:
> Does anyone know who and when made the first LIVING brain slice for
> electrophysiology (or even for neurochemical overflow). I.e. who was
> the first to remove the brain, slice it up, and keep it living for
> scientific purposes.
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