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Resource:Magnetic Resonance Microscopy of Mouse Embryo Specimens

Name: Resource:Magnetic Resonance Microscopy of Mouse Embryo Specimens
Description: THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE A multidimensional, digital atlas based on magnetic resonance images of normal mouse embryos from 9.5 days after conception (E9) to the newborn (P0). The images include surface views and cross-sectional views from the transverse, coronal, and sagittal planes for each embryo. Several movies have also been included to demonstrate growth of the embryos and to present a variety of visualization tools available for studying and documenting embryonic anatomy. These images are organized as a reference for educators and researchers who want to understand better the embryological anatomy of their own specimens and to understand how their images relate to the whole embryo at many stages of development.
Other Name(s): MRI Embryos
Parent Organization: University of Michigan; Michigan; USA
Resource Type(s): Atlas, Video
Keywords: e10, e15, embryology, anatomy, developmental biology, magnetic resonance imaging, mouse, development, Newborn mouse, Embryonic mouse, stage of development, magnetic resonance microscopy
Resource: Resource
URL: http://embryo.soad.umich.edu/animal/home.html
Related condition/disease: Normal
Id: nif-0000-11003
Organism: Mouse
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A multidimensional, digital atlas based on magnetic resonance images of normal mouse embryos from 9.5 days after conception (E9) to the newborn (P0). The images include surface views and cross-sectional views from the transverse, coronal, and sagittal planes for each embryo. Several movies have also been included to demonstrate growth of the embryos and to present a variety of visualization tools available for studying and documenting embryonic anatomy. These images are organized as a reference for educators and researchers who want to understand better the embryological anatomy of their own specimens and to understand how their images relate to the whole embryo at many stages of development. hole embryo at many stages of development.
EditorialNoteAlthough no direct replacement website was found, I was able to find some related material, http://www-personal.umich.edu/~brdsmith/Research.html
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleAtlas  +, and Video  +
Idnif-0000-11003  +
Is part ofUniversity of Michigan; Michigan; USA  +
KeywordsE10  +, E15  +, Embryology  +, Anatomy  +, Developmental biology  +, Magnetic resonance imaging  +, Mouse  +, Development  +, Newborn mouse  +, Embryonic mouse  +, Stage of development  +, and Magnetic resonance microscopy  +
LabelResource:Magnetic Resonance Microscopy of Mouse Embryo Specimens  +
ModifiedDate14 February 2013  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Related diseaseNormal  +
SpeciesMouse  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
SynonymMRI Embryos  +