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The primate substantia nigra: a Golgi and electron microscopic study.
The spiny neurons in the primate striatum: a Golgi and electron microscopic study.
The red nucleus in the monkey (Macaca mulatta): A Golgi and an electron microscopic study
This study of the ultrastructure of the red nucleus of the monkey (Macaca mulatta) also includes light microscopic observations made with Golgi, Nissl and one micron plastic section techniques.
The aspiny neurons and the glia in the primate striatum: a golgi and electron microscopic study.
Peripheral blood elements found in an Egyptian mummy: a three-dimensional view.
Intact peripheral blood elements were found within an intracranial mass, possibly eithern an antemortem subdural hematoma or a postmortem blood clot, removed from a 2200-year-old Egyptian female… Expand
An autoradiographic study of satellite cells in autonomic ganglia.
- R. Schwyn
- Biology, Medicine
- The American journal of anatomy
- 1 November 1967
This investigation was undertaken to observe and to correlate the responses of satellite cells in autonomic ganglia to increased neuronal and synaptic activity. By electrically stimulating… Expand
The fine structure of neuroglial cells and pericytes in the primate red nucleus and substantia nigra
SummaryThe morphology of perivascular and perineuronal cells in the substantia nigra and red nucleus was studied in Nissl, silver carbonate, and electron microscopic preparations.In light microscopic… Expand
Pigments in the red nucleus and substantia nigra in man and in representative old and new world monkeys.