Rat Spinal Cord Development
Maksimovich NYe, Bon EI*, Nosovich MA, Khrapovitskaya KA and Portonenko AM
Grodno State Medical University, Grodno, Belarus
*Corresponding Author: Bon EI, Candidate of Biological Science, Assistant Professor of Pathophysiology Department Named D.A. Maslakov, Grodno State Medical University, Grodno State Medical University, Grodno, Belarus.
January 03, 2023; Published: February 24, 2023
The study of the central nervous system is one of the promising scientific areas. A lot of dissertations are devoted to this topic. The rat is an important object in the study of the spinal cord in the normal state and in pathology. It is important to clearly understand the stages of development and morphology of the spinal cord of the rat in order to extrapolate information in the experiment. Below will be presented information about the development of the spinal cord of rats.
Keywords: Spinal Cord; Rat; Development
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