FIGURE 12.1. (SEE COLOR INSERT FOLLOWING PAGE 204) Representative photographs of the cortical surface microvasculature in 13- and 29-month-old Brown-Norway rats, as seen through a cranial window.

FIGURE 12.1

(SEE COLOR INSERT FOLLOWING PAGE 204) Representative photographs of the cortical surface microvasculature in 13- and 29-month-old Brown-Norway rats, as seen through a cranial window. The entire parietal cranium has been removed. The cortex visible in this window extends from the frontal to the occipital cortex. Vascular measurements were made over the sensorimotor cortex. (Source: From [27]. With permission.)

From: Chapter 12, Regulation of Cerebrovascular Aging

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Brain Aging: Models, Methods, and Mechanisms.
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