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Asymmetric pigmentation and pigment disorders in pleuronectiformes (flounders).
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STUDIES ON FINE STRUCTURE AND CYTOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF ERYTHROPHORES IN SWORDTAIL, XIPHOPHORUS HELLERI, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THEIR PIGMENT GRANULES (PTERINOSOMES)
  • J. Matsumoto
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of cell biology
  • 1 December 1965
The fine structure and the composition of pteridine pigments of erythrophores in adults of the swordtail fish, Xiphophorus helleri, were studied by means of cytochemistry, paper chromatography,Expand
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MORPHOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF GOLDFISH ERYTHROPHORES AND THEIR PTERINOSOMES
The fine structure of integumental erythrophores and the intracellular location of pteridine and carotenoid pigments in adult goldfish, Carassius auratus, were studied by means of cytochemistry,Expand
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Helminth fauna of a turtle species introduced in Japan, the red-eared slider turtle (Trachemys scripta elegans).
The red-eared slider turtle (Trachemys scripta elegans) was intentionally introduced from the United States to Japan as a pet in the 1950s and has become established throughout much of the country.Expand
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Development of melanocyte progenitors in murine Steel mutant neural crest explants cultured with stem cell factor, endothelin-3, or TPA.
Stem cell factor (SCF) has been suggested to be indispensable for the development of neural crest cells into melanocytes because Steel mutant mice (i.e., Sl/Sl(d)) have no pigmented hairs. On theExpand
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An association of melanophores appearing at metamorphosis as vehicles of asymmetric skin color formation with pigment anomalies developed under hatchery conditions in the Japanese flounder,
The mechanisms for asymmetric skin color formation in the Japanese flounder are studied with particular concerns to causes for pigment disorder (hypomelanosis) occurring under hatchery conditions.Expand
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On the Development of Pigment Patterns in Amphibians
synopsis. Pigmentary mutants in amphibians provide important vehicles for studying basic problems in development. Some of these mutants exert influences on the tissue environ? ment in which theExpand
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Permanent cell lines from erythrophoromas in goldfish (Carassius auratus).
Attempts to establish permanent cell lines from spontaneous erythrophoromas (tumors derived from red pigment cells or erythrophores) of goldfish were made with the use of biopsy specimens from 12Expand
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Papillary and cystic tumor of the pancreas. Two cases indistinguishable from islet cell tumor
Two cases of large cystic tumor of the pancreas in two young women are reported. Gross features and conventional light microscopic appearances of these tumors were consistent with those described asExpand
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