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Unformatted text preview: -functional MRI (fMRI)-diffusion tensor MRI (DTI)-electroencephalography Histology-tissue to be viewed must be fixed by freezing or formation sliced thinly by a microtome-Stains applied to highlight structures of interest single cells (golgi) Cell bodies (Nissi) pathways (tracers such as horseradish peroxidase) cells expressing specific proteins (tagged antibodies) Electron Microscopy (nano-anatomy) slices thin, 90nm CT scan-CT scanners use x-rays to produce high resolution images of soft tissue like the brain-cons- exposure to radiation PET- measures brain activity based on utilization of glucose or oxygen MRI-uses magnetism and radio waves-very high resolution...
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- Fall '09