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In Vivo incorporation of choline‐3H, leucine‐3H and galactose‐3H in alveolar type II pneumocytes in relation to surfactant synthesis. A quantitative radioautographic study in mouse by electron
A quantitative time study of the incorporation of choline‐3H, leucine‐3H and galactose‐3H in lung epithelial cells, was undertaken in vivo with electron microscopic autoradiography. Type IIExpand
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Proliferation and differentiation of brown adipocytes from interstitial cells during cold acclimation.
The mechanisms of brown adipocyte proliferation and differentiation during cold acclimation (and/or adaptation to hyperphagia) have been studied by quantitative photonic radioautography.Expand
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Brown adipose tissue hyperplasia: a fundamental mechanism of adaptation to cold and hyperphagia.
Cold acclimation (4 degrees C) and "cafeteria diets" increased the thermic response of rats to catecholamines. This phenomenon was accompanied by six- to eightfold increases of interscapular brownExpand
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Beta-adrenergic stimulation of brown adipocyte proliferation.
The mechanisms of brown adipose tissue (BAT) growth were studied by quantitative photonic radioautography using tritiated thymidine to follow mitotic activity. To identify the nature of theExpand
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Stereospecific stimulation of brown adipocyte respiration by catecholamines via beta 1-adrenoreceptors.
Regulation of respiration by catecholamines was studied in adipocytes isolated from interscapular brown adipose tissue of warm-acclimated rats by rapid digestion of collagenase. (-)-NorepinephrineExpand
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Role of sympathetic innervation in brown adipocyte proliferation.
The role of sympathetic nerves in the control of brown adipose tissue (BAT) growth was studied by quantitative photonic autoradiography using [3H]-thymidine to follow mitotic activity. The effects ofExpand
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Experimental oral candidosis in the mouse: microbiologic and histologic aspects.
A model of oral candidosis was developed in order to investigate histologic and microbiologic aspects of this host-parasite interaction under controlled experimental conditions. Normal adult CD-1Expand
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Electron microscopic study of the in vivo erythrophagocytosis by alveolar macrophages of the cat
SummaryErythrophagoeytosis in vivo by cat alveolar macrophages was studied under the electron microscope by collecting the macrophages at 2 hours and 48 hours following the intratracheal injection ofExpand
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Quantitative electron microscopic autoradiography of in vivo incorporation of 3H-choline, 3H-leucine, 3H-acetate and 3H-galactose in non-ciliated bronchiolar (Clara) cells of mice.
The participation of Clara cells in the formation of alveolar surfactant and their general metabolism were studied in mice by quantitative autoradiography under electron microscopy after in vivoExpand
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Fine structure of the alveolar macrophage of the cat and modifications of its cytoplasmic components during phagocytosis
  • A. Collet
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Anatomical record
  • 1 July 1970
The alveolar macrophage of the cat shares some features with the alveolar macrophages of ordinary laboratory mammals and man, mainly a voluminous Golgi zone exhibiting evidence of secretory activity.Expand
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