Manuel Gardon

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Immunocytochemical staining with antibodies to the class III intermediate filament protein peripherin reveals discrete subpopulations of neurons and nerve fibres throughout the rat central nervous system. Some of these fibres enter the cerebellar granular and molecular layers. Here we use light and electron microscopic immunocytochemistry and confocal(More)
N-Salicylideneaniline (SA), C13H11NO, belongs to the large family of aromatic Schiff bases. It is of particular importance owing to its reversible photoreactivity. SA forms two photochromic polymorphs, both with two non-coplanar benzene rings. In addition, we have recently discovered a planar polymorph, named the beta-polymorph, which will be discussed in a(More)
The thermotropic phase diagram of 1:1 co-crystals of hexamethylenetetramine and pimelic acid (heptanedioic acid) is investigated. Three crystalline phases are identified at ambient pressure. Phase I is disordered, as revealed by diffuse rods in its diffraction pattern. When the temperature is lowered the diffuse streaks disappear in Phase II, but(More)
N-Salicylideneaniline (SA), C13H11NO, belongs to the large family of aromatic Schiff bases. It is of particular importance owing to its reversible photoreactivity. SA forms two photochromic polymorphs, both with two non-coplanar benzene rings. In addition, we have recently discovered a planar polymorph, named the -polymorph, which will be discussed in a(More)
The 1,10-decanedioic acid-1,3,5,7-tetraazatricyclo[3.3.1.1(3,7)]decane (1/1) system, C(10)H(18)O(4).C(6)H(12)N(4), was studied at 215 (2) K. Its analysis provides important information with regard to the long-standing acid-carboxylate controversy in the urotropine-alkanedioic acid system. In the present structure, all the chain end-groups display a clear(More)
HMT-C11 belongs to the family of adducts formed by the co-crystallization of N(4)(CH(2))(6) molecules (hexamethylenetetramine or HMT) and aliphatic dicarboxylic acids HOOC(CH(2))(n - 2)COOH with 5 </= n </= 13 (Cn). The adducts exhibit a layered structure in which the packing between HMT and Cn is determined by strong hydrogen bonds. The compounds in this(More)
Urotropin (U) and azelaic acid (AA) form 1:1 co-crystals (UA) that give rise to a rather complex diffraction pattern, the main features of which are diffuse rods and bands in addition to the Bragg reflections. UA is characterized by solvent inclusions, parasite phases, and high vacancy and dislocation densities. These defects compounded with the pronounced(More)
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