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Jesús Ruberte París, Ana Carretero Romay, Marc Navarro Beltrán Morphological Mouse Phenotyping: Anatomy, Histology and Imaging

Puntos clave

More than 2,200 original images have been specifically produced for this book in the Mouse Imaging Platform (Center for Animal Biotechnology and Gene Therapy, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona).

These images show the anatomy, histology and cellular structure of mouse organs.

In addition, correlative X-ray, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance and Ultrasound images complete this integrative vision of the mouse morphology.

Classical anatomical techniques such as conventional dissection, skeletal preparations, vascular injections, as well as histological, immunohistochemical and electron microscopy techniques have been employed to characterize the mouse morphology.

“El libro no sólo promete una gran utilidad, además sus imágenes son de gran belleza”

Investigación y Ciencia

Descripción

Disease animal models are fundamental in research to improve human health. The success of using genetically engineered mice to evaluate molecular disease hypothesis has encouraged the development of massive European and global projects making the mouse the most used animal disease model. Laboratory mouse populations are straining the housing capacity of pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, as well as public research institutions. However, the scientific community lacks sufficient expertise in morphological phenotyping to effectively characterize and validate these animal models.



The mouse displays fundamental morphological similarities to humans. However, a mouse is not a man. Here we present a complete and integrative description of mouse normal morphology.



The main characteristics of this book are:


  • More than 2,200 original images have been specifically produced for this book in the Mouse Imaging Platform (Center for Animal Biotechnology and Gene Therapy, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona).
  • These images show the anatomy, histology and cellular structure of mouse organs.
  • In addition, correlative X-ray, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance and Ultrasound images complete this integrative vision of the mouse morphology.
  • Classical anatomical techniques such as conventional dissection, skeletal preparations, vascular injections, as well as histological, immunohistochemical and electron microscopy techniques have been employed to characterize the mouse morphology.


This book, basically an atlas, but also containing explanatory diagrams and text, guides the reader through normal mouse anatomy, histology and imaging, and is aimed for mouse researchers as well as veterinarian and human pathologists.

Autores

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    Jesús Ruberte París Catedrático de Anatomía y Embriología. Facultad de Veterinaria. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. Responsable de la Unidad de Análisis Morfológico del Ratón. Centro de Biotecnología Animal y Terapia Génica.
  • Ana Carretero Romay Profesora Titular de Anatomía y Embriología en Facultad de Veterinaria de la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. Miembro de la Unidad de Análisis Morfológico del Ratón, Centro de Biotecnología Animal y Terapia Génica.
  • Foto del autor
    Marc Navarro Beltrán Profesor Titular de Anatomía y Embriología. Facultad de Veterinaria. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. Miembro de la Unidad de Análisis Morfológico del Ratón. Centro de Biotecnología Animal y Terapia Génica.

Índice de Contenidos

Foreword
Preface
List of abbreviations
1. Introduction
2. Osteology
3. Arthrology
4. Myology
5. Digestive tract
6. Respiratory apparatus
7. Urinary organs
8. Male genital organs
9. Female genital organs
10. Anatomy of development
11. Circulatory System
12. The endocrine glands
13. Nervous System
14. Eye and related structures
15. Vestibulocochlear organ
16. Common integument
Bibliography
Index

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