Dear all Please find attached the ISBNs for batch 317. Please set the publication date to 2010 , the answer code to NP, and the CM Flag to 10, for batch 317. Many thanks, Sophie
Preface; Part I. Principles and General Methods: 1. Introduction: Animal modelling - a precious tool for developing remedies to neurological diseases Turgut Tatlisumak and Marc Fisher; 2. Ethical issues, welfare laws, and regulations David Whittaker; 3. Housing, feeding, and maintenance of rodents Robert W. Kemp; 4. Identification of individual animals Turgut Tatlisumak and Daniel Strbian; 5. Analgesia, anesthesia, and postoperative care in laboratory animals Naoya Masutomi and Makoto Shibutani; 6. Euthanasia in small animals Turgut Tatlisumak; 7. Various surgical procedures in rodents René Remie; 8. Genetically engineered animals Carolina M. Maier, Lilly Hsieh and Pak H. Chan; 9. Imaging in experimental neurology Marc Fisher, Eng H. Lo and Michael Lev; 10. Safety in animal facilities Tarja Kohila; 11. Behavioural testing in small animal models: ischemic stroke Larry B. Goldstein; 12. Methods for analysing brain tissue Päivi Liesi; 13. Targeting molecular constructs of cellular function and injury through in vitro and in vivo experimental models Zhao Zhong Chong, Faqi Li and Kenneth Maiese; 14. Neuroimmunology and immune-related neuropathologies Bao-Guo Xiao and Hans Link; 15. Animal models of sex differences in non-reproductive brain functions George T. Taylor, Juergen Weiss and Frank Zimmermann; 16. The ependymal route for central nervous system gene therapy Erica Butti, Gianvito Martino and Roberto Furlan; 17. Neural transplantation Stephen B Dunnett, Eduardo M. Torres, Monte A. Gates, and Rosemary A. Fricker-Gates; Part II. Experimental Models of Major Neurological Diseases: 18. Focal brain ischemia models in rodents Fuhai Li and Turgut Tatlisumak; 19. Rodent models of global brain ischemia Julia Kofler and Richard J. Traystman; 20. Rodent models of hemorrhagic stroke Fatima A. Sehba and Joshua B. Bederson; 21. In-vivo models of traumatic brain injury Ronen R Leker and Shlomi Constantini; 22. Experimental models for the study of CNS tumors Taichang Jang and Lawrence Recht; 23. Experimental models for demyelinating diseases Jason M Link, Richard E. Jones, Halina Offner and Arthur A Vandenbark; 24. Animal models of Parkinson's disease Anumantha G. Kathasamy and Siddharth Kaul; 25. Animal models of epilepsy Ricardo M. Arida, Alexandre V. Silva, Margareth R. Priel, and Esper A. Cavalheiro; 26. Experimental models of hydrocephalus Osaama H. Khan and Marc R. Del Bigio; 27. Rodent models of experimental bacterial infections in the CNS Tammy Kielian; 28. Experimental models of motor neuron disease Ruth Danzeisen, Birgit Schwalenstöcker and Albert C Ludolph; 29. Animal models for sleep disorders Seiji Nishino and Nobuhiro Fujiki; 30. Experimental models of muscle diseases Anu Suomalainen, Katja E. Peltola, Anders Paetau and Carina Wallgren-Pettersson.