Philbert Tsai

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A graph of tissue vasculature is an essential requirement to model the exchange of gasses and nutriments between the blood and cells in the brain. Such a graph is derived from a vectorized representation of anatomical data, provides a map of all vessels as vertices and segments, and may include the location of nonvascular components, such as neuronal and(More)
Ultrashort laser pulses can be used to produce lesions in single blood vessels located in the cortex of live rats, thus enabling the study of microstrokes. Most diseases and biological processes can only be studied in a living animal in which all the complex regulatory processes are occurring. 1 New techniques using ultrashort laser pulses are increasingly(More)
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