High-resolution ex vivo imaging in mouse spinal cord using micro-CT with 11.7T-MRI and myelin staining validation.


We investigated the use of micro-CT with contrast agent for the characterization of fixed mouse spinal cord as a means to differentiate between gray and white matter. The spinal cords were soaked in a concentration of nonionic iodinated contrast agent for 14 days. Micro-CT was performed and then compared using 11.7T-MRI images and myelin staining. Soaking… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neures.2012.05.004



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