Demonstration of acid phosphatase activity in the normal rat jejunum by means of electron microscopy.

@article{Ogawa1962DemonstrationOA,
  title={Demonstration of acid phosphatase activity in the normal rat jejunum by means of electron microscopy.},
  author={K. Ogawa and Y. Shinonaga and Y. Saito},
  journal={Okajimas folia anatomica Japonica},
  year={1962},
  volume={38},
  pages={
          355-85
        }
}
The electron microscopic demonstration of acid phosphatase (ACP) activity was first tried by Sheldon et al. (1955) who applied G o m o r is method on the osmium-fixed mouse jejunum. Their method is, however, unnecessarily intricate and yet the preservation of fine structural details of epithelial cells is not successfully good. Holt (1959) recommended the use of cold formol-calcium fixation for the preservation of both ACP activity and morphological details in the light microscopic… Expand
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