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Neurobiology

Injection of Cells into E10.5
Injection of Cells into E10.5

VisualSonics, 2003

Cine Loop of Guided Injection of Cells into embryonic day 10.5 mouse. 

Injection into Mouse P1 Spinal Cord
Injection into Mouse P1 Spinal Cord

VisualSonics, 2004

Cine Loop of Image-Guided Injection into the Spinal Cord of a Neonate Mouse (P1)

Injection into E11.5 Interventricular Septum
Injection into E11.5 Interventricular Septum

VisualSonics, 2003

Cine Loop of Guided Injection into Interventricular Septum of embryonic day 11.5 mouse. 

Injection into E11.5 Hindbrain
Injection into E11.5 Hindbrain

VisualSonics, 2003

Cine Loop of Guided Injection into Hindbrain of embryonic day 11.5 mouse. 

Guided Injection into E11.5 Midbrain
Guided Injection into E11.5 Midbrain

VisualSonics, 2003

Cine Loop of Guided Injection into Midbrain of embryonic day 11.5 mouse.

Uterine Wall and Neural Tube in Externalized E7.5 Mouse
Uterine Wall and Neural Tube in Externalized E7.5 Mouse

VisualSonics, 2005

Cine Loop of Uterine Wall and Neural Tube in Externalized Embryonic Day 7.5 Mouse. 

Spinal Cord Development at E12.5
Spinal Cord Development at E12.5

Zhang MY et al., Sunnybrook and Women’s College and Health Sciences Center, 2002 

Static B-Mode image of Spinal Cord Development in an embryonic day 12.5 mouse.

Heart and Neural Tube in Externalized E7.5 Mouse
Heart and Neural Tube in Externalized E7.5 Mouse

VisualSonics, 2005

Cine Loop of Heart and Neural Tube in Embryonic Day 7.5 Mouse. 

Heart and Neural Tube in E7.5 Mouse
Heart and Neural Tube in E7.5 Mouse

VisualSonics, 2005

Cine Loop of Heart and Neural Tube in Embryonic Day 7.5 Mouse. 

Embryonic E13.5 Neural Development
Embryonic E13.5 Neural Development

Foster FS et al., Ultrasound in Med and Biol, 28:1165-1172 (2002) 

B-Mode Oblique sectional view of embryonic day 13.5 mouse in vivo showing the third ventricle (TV), and the superior horns of the lateral ventricles (LV). The eyes are also visible. 

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