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CYTOFLUOROMETRIC STUDY OF MAST CELL POLYANIONS II. ADULT RAT PERITONEAL MAST CELLS REGENERATING AFTER POLYMYXIN TREATMENT
  • S. Meyer, A. Saunders
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry…
  • 1 January 1969
Mast cells with metachromatic granules are not detectable in rats after polymyxin-B sulfate treatment. The morphologic and staining characteristics of the cells that repopulate the peritoneal cavityExpand
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Alleged Stimulation of Moulds by Paraffin in Heavy Water
IN a recent communication, Klar1 has questioned the results of experiments which seem to indicate that diplogen exerts a stimulative effect. He would attribute any such increase in growth as has beenExpand
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American Institute of Biological Sciences
AN American Institute of Biological Sciences has recently been established. The rapid advance of the biological sciences and their impact on human welfare have created new problems relating to theExpand
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Cytofluorometric study of mast cell polyanions. I. Instrumentation and ion-exchange bead standards.
Abstract Meaningful fluorescent measurements on individual mast cells required the development of the unique internal standard described here. No satisfactory standards for cytofluorometry were foundExpand
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Physiological Studies on Mosses. IV. Regeneration in Physcomitrium turbinatum
  • S. Meyer
  • Biology
  • Botanical Gazette
  • 1 September 1942
1. Detached leaves of Physcomitrium turbinatum give rise to protonemata when placed in a nutrient solution. Development of protonemata is not confined to any particular portion of the leaf. 2.Expand
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Institute of Animal Resources.
  • S. Meyer
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Science
  • 12 June 1953
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