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Brain Aging: Models, Methods, and Mechanisms

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Brain Aging: Models, Methods, and Mechanisms
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Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0849338182
ISBN-13: 9780849338182
Number of pages: 408

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This book offers a selective overview of the current research in this rapidly expanding field. A valuable resource for new and established investigators of the aging brain, this volume reviews critical studies of brain aging in new animal models, as well as advances in brain imaging techniques that permit investigations in aging humans with increasingly higher resolution.

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