spinal cord anatomy

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jongi1
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spinal cord anatomy

are there any experts in spinal cord anatomy here? i need help in identifying a tract of axons in the mouse spinal cord that is positive for some molecules i am studying...
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rjgeevaratne
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I know there is a group at

I know there is a group at Georgetown that is studying spinal cord injury, you might look them up and give them a call. The PI is Dr. Wrathall.

kerryann13
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You've probably checked this

You've probably checked this already, but I find mouse CNS atlases to be really helpful.

Fraser Moss
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try Prof Anthony Dickenson at

try Prof Anthony Dickenson at University College London

anthony.dickenson@ucl.ac.uk

mfenner
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try this ... http:/
sencajal
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Rutger university has a

Rutger university has a specialised spinal cord injury center. you will get a full information regading your query.
Here is the link:keck.rutgers.edu/main.html