RE: Mouse brain atlas with stereotaxic co-ordinates
Try "The Mouse Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates" by George Paxinos and Keith B.J. Franklin (Academic Press) - this is what our facility uses and most universities have copy (somewhere) on campus.
I am not sure if the online Allen Brain Atlas gives the coordinates -- lots of detailed mouse brain info... http://www.brain-map.org/ But worth a try...
Ramona Marie Rodriguiz, PhD
Assistant Director, Mouse Behavior and Neuroendocrine Core Facility
Departments of Laboratory Animal Medicine and Medical Psychology
C-0018a LSRC, 308 Research Drive
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, NC 27708
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