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Non-invasive staining of the whole astrocytic network in the rodent brain through systemic administration of sulforhodamine dyes : intravital and in vitro applications

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As compared to local injections [1] of sulforhodamine-B and sulforhodamine-101, i.v. administration of these dyes was shown to be more efficient and less invasive for astrocyte staining in the whole rodent brain.

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