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Histochemical demonstration of heavy metals
- G. Danscher
- Materials ScienceHistochemistry
- 1 March 1981
It is particularly important to maintain a sufficient but low concentration of sulphide ions during the perfusion to avoid using oxidating or acid fixatives and to ensure low temperatures while embedding in paraffin or during polymerization of Epon.
Biodistribution of gold nanoparticles in mouse lung following intratracheal instillation
In inert gold nanoparticles, administered intratracheally are phagocytosed by lung macrophages; only a tiny fraction of the gold particles is translocated into systemic circulation.
Evidence that synaptically-released zinc contributes to neuronal injury after traumatic brain injury
Kupffer cells are central in the removal of nanoparticles from the organism
In inert gold nanoparticles do not penetrate cell membranes by non-endocytotic mechanisms, but are rather taken up by endocytosis; part of these tiny nanoparticles are released into the urine as a result of simple filtration in the renal glomeruli.
Zinc-enriched (ZEN) terminals in mouse olfactory bulb
Intravesicular localization of zinc in rat telencephalic boutons. A histochemical study
Protracted elimination of gold nanoparticles from mouse liver.
Autometallography. A new technique for light and electron microscopic visualization of metals in biological tissues (gold, silver, metal sulphides and metal selenides).
- G. Danscher
The autometallographic procedure represents a new technique that can substitute for the normal methods of physical development (PD) and can also be applied to ultrathin sections.
Silver enhancement of quantum dots resulting from (1) metabolism of toxic metals in animals and humans, (2) in vivo, in vitro and immersion created zinc-sulphur/zinc-selenium nanocrystals, (3) metal…