1: Principles and General Methods.
2: Introduction: Animal Modeling – a Precious Tool for Developing Remedies to Neurological Diseases.
3: Ethical Issues, Welfare Laws, and Regulations.
4: Housing, Feeding, and Maintenance of Rodents.
5: Identification of Individual Animals.
6: Analgesia, Anesthesia, and Postoperative Care in Laboratory Animals.
7: Euthanasia in Small Animals.
8: Various Surgical Procedures in Rodents.
9: Genetically Engineered Animals.
10: Imaging in Experimental Neurology.
11: Safety in Animal Facilities.
12: Behavioral Testing in Small-Animal Models: Ischemic Stroke.
13: Methods for Analyzing Brain Tissue.
14: Targeting Molecular Constructs of Cellular Function and Injury through in Vitro and in Vivo Experimental Models.
15: Neuroimmunology and Immune-Related Neuropathologies.
16: Animal Models of Sex Differences in Non-Reproductive Brain Functions.
17: The Ependymal Route for Central Nervous System Gene Therapy.
18: Neural Transplantation.
19: Experimental Models of Major Neurological Diseases.
20: Focal Brain Ischemia Models in Rodents.
21: Rodent Models of Global Cerebral Ischemia.
22: Rodent Models of Hemorrhagic Stroke.
23: In Vivo Models of Traumatic Brain Injury.
24: Experimental Models for the Study of CNS Tumors.
25: Experimental Models for Demyelinating Diseases.
26: Animal Models of Parkinson's Disease.
27: Animal Models of Epilepsy.
28: Experimental Models of Hydrocephalus.
29: Rodent Models of Experimental Bacterial Infections in the CNS.
30: Experimental Models of Motor Neuron Disease/Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
31: Animal Models for Sleep Disorders.
32: Experimental Models of Muscle Diseases.