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Frameless Stereotaxy in Sheep - Neurosurgical and Imaging Techniques for Translational Stroke Research

By Antje Dreyer, Albrecht Stroh, Claudia Pösel, Matthias Findeisen, Teresa von Geymüller, Donald Lobsien, Björn Nitzsche and Johannes Boltze

Submitted: April 9th 2011Reviewed: October 28th 2011Published: March 16th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/32367

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Antje Dreyer, Albrecht Stroh, Claudia Pösel, Matthias Findeisen, Teresa von Geymüller, Donald Lobsien, Björn Nitzsche and Johannes Boltze (March 16th 2012). Frameless Stereotaxy in Sheep - Neurosurgical and Imaging Techniques for Translational Stroke Research, Advances in the Preclinical Study of Ischemic Stroke, Maurizio Balestrino, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/32367. Available from:

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