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A histochemical method for the identification of 9-O-acyl sialic acid. An investigation of bovine submaxillary gland and intestinal mucins.
Prolongation of the initial periodate oxidation step of the periodate-borohydride technique/potassium hydroxide/periodic acid-Schiff and periodic acid-Thionin Schiff/potassium hydroxide/periodicExpand
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SAPONIFICATION-INDUCED INCREASE IN THE PERIODIC ACID-SCHIFF REACTION IN THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT MECHANISM AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE REACTIVE SUBSTANCE
The mechanism and distribution of the KOH-periodic acid-Schiff (PAS) effect in rat large intestine, human sigmoid colon, rabbit rectum and rabbit Brunner's glands have been investigated following theExpand
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A HISTOCHEMICAL METHOD FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF 9-0-ACYL
Prolongation of the initial periodate oxidation step of the periodate-borohydride technique! potassium hydroxide/periodic acid-Schiff and periodic acid-Thionin Schiff/potassium hydroxide/periodicExpand
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THE HISTOCHEMICAL DEMONSTRATION OF O-ACYLATED SIALIC ACID IN GASTROINTESTINAL MUCINS THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH THE POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE-PERIODIC ACID-SCHIFF EFFECT
O-Acylated sialic acids have been demonstrated histochemically in the epithelial mucins of the lower end of the gastrointestinal tract. The potassium hydroxide-periodic acid-Schiff effect has beenExpand
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Carbohydrate histochemistry of epithelial glycoproteins.
  • P. Reid, C. M. Park
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Progress in histochemistry and cytochemistry
  • 1 March 1991
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A new histochemical method for the selective periodate oxidation of total tissue sialic acids
SummaryEvaluation of the intensity of the periodic acid—Schiff (PAS) staining produced following oxidation for 1 h at 4°C with 0.4mm periodic acid in approximately 1m hydrochloric acid indicated thatExpand
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Chemical and histochemical studies of normal and diseased human gastrointestinal tract. I. A comparison between histologically normal colon, colonic tumours, ulcerative colitis and diverticular
SummaryChemical and histochemical methods were used to compare the epithelial glycoproteins from formalin-fixed surgical specimens of normal human large intestine, colonic tumours, ulcerative colitisExpand
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A new histochemical method for the identification and visualization of both side chain acylated and nonacylated sialic acids.
A new histochemical method is described for the differentiation of mucins that utilizes two different Schiff reagents and allows single section identification of side chain O-acylated, andExpand
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A histochemical method of differentiating lower gastrointestinal tract mucin from other mucins in primary or metastatic tumours.
Epithelial mucins of the normal terminal ileum, caecum, colon, and rectum of man are unique in that they alone exhibit staining following the periodate-borohydride/KOH/PAS technique. Application ofExpand
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THE EFFECT OF SAPONIFICATION UPON CERTAIN HISTOCHEMICAL REACTIONS OF THE EPITHELIAL MUCINS OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
An increase in periodic acid-Schiff reactivity after saponification has been demonstrated in the gastrointestinal tract mucins of man, rat, rabbit and guinea pig. Tins pH-dependent phenomenon isExpand
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