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A new staining procedure for electron microscopical cytology.
  • W. Bernhard
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of ultrastructure research
  • 1 May 1969
A new staining method for ultrathin sections is proposed, which gives preferential contrast to certain cell structures. The tissues are fixed with aldehyde and embedded in Epon or GMA. The stainingExpand
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Fine structural organization of the interphase nucleus in some mammalian cells.
In the interphase nucleus, the distribution and fine structure of various components known to contain or supposed to carry RNP have been investigated on ultrathin sections by means of a newExpand
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Recent modifications of the glycol methacrylate embedding procedure.
A considerably improved routine method for embedding of tissues in the water-soluble plastic glycol-methacrylate (GMA) is described. The fine structural preservation of tissues is now more regular.Expand
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Electron microscopy of tumor cells and tumor viruses; a review.
Received for publication February 11, 1958. A considerable number of cancer institutes have their laboratories of electron microscopy as units already fully integrated with the other depart ments forExpand
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Comparative ultrastructural study of perichromatin- and Balbiai rin granules.
Perichromatin granules of rat liver cells and ovocyte nuclei and Balbiani ring granules of giant chromosomes from Chironomus thummi have been compared by means of high resolution electron microscopyExpand
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A study with the electron microscope of the skin tumour of molluscum contagiosum.
Twelve cases of molluscum contagiosum were examined with the electron microscope. Stages of the virus life cycle were found, which corresponded with that of other members of the group pox viruses. InExpand
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Ultrastructural visualization of cellular carbohydrate components by means of concanavalin A.
Abstract A plant agglutinin is used to visualize with the electron microscope carbohydrate-carrying cellular components, in particular, the cell coat. Concanavalin A has two reactive groups. OneExpand
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"MICROBODIES" AND THE PROBLEM OF MITOCHONDRIAL REGENERATION IN LIVER CELLS
The cytoplasm of the hepatic cell contains, besides the well known organelles, microbodies, characterized by a single membrane, a finely granular matrix, and average dimensions below those ofExpand
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THE FINE STRUCTURE OF THE CANCER CELL NUCLEUS.
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