medisect

me·di·sect

(mē'di-sekt),
To incise in the median line.
[L. medius, middle, + seco, pp. sectus, to cut]

medisect

(mē′dĭ-sĕkt) [″ + secare, to cut]
To cut on the median line of the body or structure.
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The brains were removed and medisected. The hippocampus of the one-half brain was isolated at 4[degrees]C and kept at −80[degrees]C until the immunoblot analysis.