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THE ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE CAT MYOCARDIUM: I. Ventricular Papillary Muscle
In papillary muscles worked in vitro without added substrate, there is a marked depletion of both glycogen and lipid, and no morphological evidence for preferential use of glycogen was found. Expand
Membrane ultrastructure at mammalian intercellular junctions.
Dermatologic findings and manifestations of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS).
- M. Kaplan, N. Sadick, N. S. Mcnutt, M. Meltzer, M. Sarngadharan, S. Pahwa
- Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
- 1 March 1987
We present a review of the spectrum of human T-lymphotropic virus type III (HTLV-III) infection with particular emphasis on cutaneous manifestations in 217 patients. Correlations are made with… Expand
Analysis of ras oncogenes in malignant melanoma and precursor lesions: correlation of point mutations with differentiation phenotype.
The role of ras mutations may be limited to an indirect involvement in the transformation of a subset of melanomas and no ras gene mutations were found in any precursor lesion, specifically normal nevi and dysplastic nevi. Expand
Membrane alterations during cornification of mammalian squamous epithelia: A freeze‐fracture, tracer, and thin‐section study
In the epithelia studied, the deposition of secreted lamellar body contents forms the barrier to water‐soluble tracer loss: tight‐junctional elements are either absent or too fragmentary to constitute an effective barrier. Expand
Nevoid malignant melanoma: morphologic patterns and immunohistochemical reactivity
- N. S. Mcnutt, C. Urmacher, Jack Hakimian, D. Hoss, J. Lugo
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of cutaneous pathology
- 1 December 1995
Rare nodular malignant melanomas that may escape detection in routine histological sections due to the lack of a prominent intraepidermal component, sharp lateral circumscription and evidence of partial maturation with descent in the dermis are described. Expand
Cytokine-Producing Dendritic Cells in the Pathogenesis of Inflammatory Skin Diseases
- L. Johnson-Huang, N. S. Mcnutt, J. Krueger, M. Lowes
- Journal of Clinical Immunology
- 28 February 2009
These DC subpopulations and their products will be reviewed in the context of these three cutaneous diseases to provide clinico-pathophysiological correlations between the lesional DCs, their products, and the skin diseases. Expand
The ultrastructure of the nexus. A correlated thin-section and freeze-cleave study.
It is postulated that central hydrophilic channels may extend through the subunit assembly to provide a direct route for intercellular communication. Expand
Ultrastructure of intercellular junctions in adult and developing cardiac muscle.
- N. S. Mcnutt
- The American journal of cardiology
- 1 February 1970
It is postulated that the organization of the membranes themselves may produce the localization of these intercellular junctions within the intercalated disc. Expand
HMB‐45 recognizes stimulated melanocytes
HMB‐45 is staining an antigen which appears in adult melanocytes during stimulation and in fetal skin, as well as in melanomas, suggesting a melanocyte response to a plasma factor, or other endothelial cell derived factor. Expand