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Caryometric Studies of Tissue Cultures
- O. Bucher
A method that describes the behavior of nuclear sizes without measuring the third dimension, perpendicular to the coverslip, and without calculating the absolute nuclear volume, is presented. Expand
[Morphology of juxtaglomerular apparatus].
[On the ultrastructure of the thyroid gland].
- O. Bucher
- Medicine, Biology
- Verhandlungen der Anatomischen Gesellschaft
The replenishment of the juxtaglomerular renin store after temporary renin depletion
- B. Riedel, O. Bucher, L. Peters-Haefeli, N. Baechtold-Fowler, G. Peters
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Pflügers Archiv
- 11 January 1974
SummaryRenal cortical and plasma renin activities and the electron microscopic appearance of juxtaglomerular epitheloid cells were investigated in the unclamped renin-depleted kidney of rats with… Expand
Technique for the preparation of homogeneous cultures of isolated heart muscle cells.
Abstract Experiments with trypsin-dissociated heart muscle cells have shown two distinct processes, aggregation and agglutination , to be involved in the socalled reaggregation of cells. In the case… Expand
[Karyometiric studies on tissue cultures. XII. Quantitative behavior of the nucleus and nucleolus in various intensity of cellular growth as a result of temperature change in cultures].
Um das quantitative Verhalten von Kern- und Kernkorperchen bei verschiedener Wachstumsintensitat von Gewebekulturen in vitro zu studieren, sind in 12650 Zellen die Kerne und in weiteren 1600 Zellen… Expand
[On electron microscopic examination of the juxtaglomerular structure of the kidneys. IV. Goormaghtigh cells].
[Karyometric studies in tissue culture. XV. Intermitotic nuclear development].
[Karyometric studies on tissue cultures. V. Statistical processing of the numerical material].
[On an electron microscopic study of the juxtaglomerular special structure of the kidney. III. Epithelioid cells in the afferent arterioles].