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Injury Models of the Central Nervous System : Methods and Protocols (Hardcover)
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This volume discusses experimental brain injury models thatcontain valuable information carefully chosen to widen the researchers’ horizonabout neurotrauma. Injury Models of Central Nervous System: Methods and Protocols contains relevant experimental design approaches that have beenadapted and made ready for application in laboratory settings. For easiernavigation, the chapters are categorized into 6 parts: Introduction, GeneralConsideration in Using Animal Laboratory in CNS Injury Research, Classical TBIModels and Their Link with Pathophysiological Features of CBS Injury – Models,Special Topics in CNS Trauma: Comorbid Conditions in CNS Injury, OutcomeMeasures in Brain Injury Models, and Future Directions. Written in the highly successful Methods inMolecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to theirrespective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step,readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting andavoiding known pitfalls.Practical and thorough, Injury Models of Central Nervous Systems: Methods and Protocols, is a very useful reference towards theprogress of this discipline.