G. Neu

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  • W. Queisser, G. Neu
  • 1970
In order to study the proliferation activity of the unspecific esterase positive cells (EPC) of the bone marrow, which are claimed to be monocytic precursor cells, bone marrow aspirate of a normal human being was incubated with H3-thymidine. The smears were stained for demonstration of the Naphthol-AS-acetate esterase and with the Pappenheim stain. In the(More)
  • Dr. H. -P. Lohrmann, G. Neu, W. Schreml
  • 1978
Histologische Schnitte methacrylat-eingebetteter Knochenmarksbiopsien erlauben wegen der hervorragend erhaltenen Zellstrukturen eine genaue Beurteilung des Knochenmarks. Wir haben eine einfache Methode entwickelt, um aspirierte Knochenmarksbröckel nach Methacrylateinbettung histologisch aufzuarbeiten. Die histologischen Präparate solcher Bröckelhistologien(More)
Introduction: Of the many previous hypotheses concerning the origin of Phobos' grooves, most authorities agree that their formation is in some way connected with the creation of Stickney crater, at nearly 10 km diameter the largest crater on Phobos [1,2,3]. The principal argument for the Stick-ney association has been that the grooves form a pattern that is(More)
Introduction: Cassini's Imaging Science Subsystem (ISS) coverage obtained to date shows that the Sat-urnian moon Enceladus has evolved through a long and complex tectonic history[1]. The most recent episodes of major tectonic activity are identified by a peculiar hemispheric pattern of fractures and lineations that exhibit a remarkable symmetry relative to(More)
  • W. Queißer, M. Dietrich, +4 authors H. Heimpel
  • 2005
The leukaemic blast cells of 47 cases of acute leukaemia have been independently subclassified on the basis of panoptic stains on the one side and cytochemical reactions (peroxydase, PAS, naphthol-AS-acetate-esterase) on the other. In 42 cases the results of the cytochemistry were concordant to those of the panoptic stains. The percentage of responders to(More)
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