Histochemistry and cell biology: what’s in a name?

@article{Komminoth1999HistochemistryAC,
  title={Histochemistry and cell biology: what’s in a name?},
  author={Paul Komminoth and Christian Zuber},
  journal={Histochemistry and Cell Biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={112},
  pages={405-415}
}
Histochemistry represents an integrative discipline aiming at the in situ detection, localization and functional characterization of cellular and extracellular components in single cells and complex organs. Therefore, the development of new methods and improvement of existing ones continues to be important. This, however, is with the declared intent for their application in the various fields of developmental and cell biology as well as pathology in order to contribute to the solution of open… CONTINUE READING

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