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In Situ Hybridization Protocols for the Brain (Cloth)
by Wisden, W. E Morris, B. J.
In situ hybridization is an important technique in probing the cellular sites of gene expression within a tissue. It is a particularly valuable took when applied to the brain, because it allows the specific cell types expressing a given gene to be delineated from the complex mosaic of other cells constituting neuronal tissue. Although there have been several previous volumes describing this method, this one is aimed at the neurobiologist who would like to set up the method and wants a good simple protocol.
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