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A SIMPLIFIED LEAD CITRATE STAIN FOR USE IN ELECTRON MICROSCOPY
TLDR
This communication reports the use of a commercially available lead citratO to eliminate the lead citrate stain in electron microscopy. Expand
Constant cell populations in normal, testosterone-deprived and testosterone-stimulated levator ani muscles.
  • J. Venable
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The American journal of anatomy
  • 1 September 1966
Castration of adult male mice produces a true atrophy of their levator ani muscles until the muscle reaches a stable weight within 45 days. Subsequent treatment with testosterone produces a trueExpand
Morphology of the cells of normal, testosterone-deprived and testosterone-stimulated levator ani muscles.
  • J. Venable
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The American journal of anatomy
  • 1 September 1966
The atrophy of the levator ani following castration of an adult mouse or rat results from the dissolution of the myofilaments from myofibrils and eventual loss of two-thirds of the sarcoplasm. WithinExpand
Malignant Hyperthermia of Poland China Swine: Studies of a Myogenic Etiology
Compared with muscle from normal swine, muscle slices from a strain of malignant-hyperthennia-susceptible (MHS) swine in vitro showed greater depletion of ATP and greater production of lactate, andExpand
The structure of ψ DNA
Abstract In concentrated solutions of neutral or anionic polymers (and an adequate cation concentration), DNA condenses into a compact state, which is of interest for its possible relevance toExpand
Pre‐implantation stages in the golden hamster (Cricetus auratus)
  • J. Venable
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Anatomical record
  • 1 January 1946
Volume changes in the early development of the golden hamster
  • J. Venable
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Anatomical record
  • 1 February 1946
Molecular and crystal structures of double-helical RNA. IV. Molecular packing in crystalline fibres.
TLDR
The principles involved in packing 10- or 11-fold helical molecules in the α and β crystalline forms of RNA are discussed and the results of the analysis of crystalline reovirus RNA diffraction patterns are related to X-ray and infrared studies by other workers. Expand
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