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Automated placement of stereotactic injections using a laser scan of the skull

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Oct 22, 2014

Margaret Marie HendersonPartha Pratim Mitra

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Stereotactic targeting is a commonly used technique for performing injections in the brains of mice and other animals. The most common method for targeting stereoscopic injections uses the skull indentations bregma and lambda as reference points and is limited in its precision by factor...read more

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Computer Software
Stereotactic Injection
Scanning
Three-dimensional
Injection Product
Brain
Software Tools
Bone - Skull (Mmhcc)
Automate (invertebrate)
Disorder of Skull
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  • Automated placement of stereotactic injections using a laser scan of the skull

    bioRxiv

    Oct 22, 2014

    Margaret Marie HendersonPartha Pratim Mitra

    PMID: 990010603

    DOI: 10.1101/010603

    Abstract

    Stereotactic targeting is a commonly used technique for performing injections in the brains of mice and other animals. The most common method for targeting stereoscopic injections uses the skull indentations bregma and lambda as reference points and is limited in its precision by factor...read more

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    Computer Software
    Stereotactic Injection
    Scanning
    Three-dimensional
    Injection Product
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