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Human brain dissection and tissue fixation protocol

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http://ohsu.eagle-i.net/i/0000012b-00ce-8661-79a3-373680000000

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  1. Protocol

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  1. Resource Description
    Midfrontal gyrus Inferior parietal lobule Posterior superior temporal gyrus Primary visual cortex Hippocampus (rostral to caudal) Amygdala Putamen (1 precommissural, 1 at anterior commissure, 1 postcommissural) Globus pallidus (1 precommissural, 1 at anterior commissure, 1 postcommissural) Caudate (1 precommissural, 1 at anterior commissure, 1 postcommissural) Midbrain (rostral to caudal) Pons (rostral to caudal with first including the locus ceruleus) Medulla (rostral to caudal) Cerebellar cortex right mid frontal gyru left mid frontal gyrus frontal lobe white matter (1cm anterior to lat vent) right inferior parietal lobule left inferior parietal lobule right superior and middle temporal gyrus left superior and middle temporal gyrus anterior cingulate gyrus right primary visual cortex left primary visual cortex hippocampus at level of uncus hippocampus at the level of the lateral geniculate amygdala right striatum at the level of the anterior commissure left striatum at the level of the anterior commissure right thalamus left thalamus midbrain with substantia nigra pons medulla cerebellar cortex spinal cord/pituitary (as available)
  2. Uses
    Tissue fixation
  3. Uses
    Low temperature freezing
  4. Uses
    Histological sample preparation
  5. Used by
    Neuropathology Core
  6. Website(s)
    http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/centers-institutes/neurology/alzheimers/research/data-tissue/neuropathology.cfm
 
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