Methods in Neurobiology

  • Robert Lahue

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Philip Rosenberg
    Pages 1-133
  3. Neville N. Osborne
    Pages 135-182
  4. Werner T. Schlapfer
    Pages 183-244
  5. Kedar N. Prasad
    Pages 245-263
  6. P. Kontro, S. S. Oja
    Pages 265-337
  7. Robert Lahue
    Pages 339-423
  8. J. S. Woodhead, R. J. Thompson
    Pages 425-454
  9. Karl H. Pfenninger
    Pages 455-479
  10. E. Marani
    Pages 481-581
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 583-600

About this book


Rapid advances in knowledge have led to an increasing interest in neuro­ biology over the last several years. These advances have been made possible, at least in part, by the use of increasingly sophisticated methodology. Furthermore, research in the most rapidly advancing areas is essentially multidisciplinary and is characterized by contributions from many investi­ gators employing a variety of techniques. While a grasp of fundamental neurobiological concepts is an obvious prerequisite for those who wish to follow or participate in this field, critical awareness and evaluation of neurobiological research also requires an understanding of sophisticated methodologies. The objective of Methods in Neurobiology is the development of such critical abilities. The reader is exposed to the basic concepts, principles, and instrumentation of key methodologies, and the application of each meth­ odology is placed in the special context of neurobiological research. The reader will gain familiarity with the terminology and procedures of each method and the ability to evaluate results in light of the particular features of neurobiological preparations and applications.


biological biology development neurobiology

Editors and affiliations

  • Robert Lahue
    • 1
  1. 1.University of WaterlooWaterlooCanada

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