Q. K. Sayeed

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Cutaneous nerve fibers in guinea-pig skin were histochemically stained with two specific antibodies against different axonal proteins, a newly available protein gene product 9.5 and neuron-specific enolase. A semi-quantitative analysis revealed that the density of nerve fibers positive for either antibody was reversibly decreased following a single exposure(More)
Ultraviolet radiation (UVR)-induced alterations in lectin stainings of both endothelial and epidermal cells were histochemically analysed in guinea-pig skin using Bandeiraea simplicifolia agglutinin-I and Ricinus communis agglutinin-I. The endothelial cell staining with both lectins was more sensitive to a single exposure to middle-wave UVR (UVB) and(More)
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