How to Wire the Diaphragm: Wholemount Staining Methods to Analyze Mammalian Respiratory Innervation.

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Direct or indirect impairment of breathing in humans by diseases or environmental factors can either cause long-term disability and pain, or can ultimately result in death. Automatic respiratory centers in the brainstem control the highly structured process of breathing and signal to a specialized group of motor neurons in the cervical spinal cord that… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4939-7283-8_13

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@article{Saller2017HowTW, title={How to Wire the Diaphragm: Wholemount Staining Methods to Analyze Mammalian Respiratory Innervation.}, author={Maximilian Michael Saller and Paolo Alberton and Andrea B. Huber and R H{\"{u}ttl}, journal={Methods in molecular biology}, year={2017}, volume={1668}, pages={177-192} }