stereotaxis

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stereotaxis

[‚ster·ē·ə′tak·səs]
(biology)
An orientation movement in response to stimulation by contact with a solid body. Also known as thigmotaxis.
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Morphine + Exercise + Lesion: which had initially undergone stereotaxic operation and mPFC lesion, then received intraperitoneal morphine as follows: first 3 days 10 mg/ kg, next 3 days 20 mg/ kg and during last3 days 40 mg/kg and every day after receiving a dose of morphine was preceded by exercise.
For central injections, a guide cannula was stereotaxically implanted in the third cerebral ventricle according to the stereotaxic coordinates (AP=-2.
Mahlstedt, "Intracystic radiotherapy (90Y) of craniopharyngiomas: CT-guided stereotaxic implantation of indwelling drainage system," American Journal of Neuroradiology, vol.
With the rat restrained on a stereotaxic instrument, the C2-C5 laminae were exposed via a posterior approach, allowing a C3-C4 laminectomy to be carried out, followed by exposure of the dura mater.
Then, focal ischemia was induced by stereotaxic microinjection of 1 [micro]L (40 pmol) endothelin-1 (ET-1), a potent vasoconstrictor, into the left motor cortex (2.
Therefore, a stereotaxic radiotherapy of the residual tumor and resection cavity was performed.
5 mg/kg) and, then, surgery was performed according to the previously described protocol using a stereotaxic (Stoelting, USA) apparatus.
This guide identifies research techniques in neuroscience: whole-brain imaging, animal behavior techniques, stereotaxic surgeries and in vivo techniques, electrophysiology, microscopy, visualizing neural structure and function, manipulating neural activity (a new chapter), identifying genes and proteins, molecular cloning and recombinant DNA technology, gene delivery strategies, making and using transgenic organisms, manipulating endogenous genes, cell culture techniques, and biochemical assays and intracellular signaling.