Localization of methylene blue paramolybdate in vitally stained nerves.

@article{Chapman1982LocalizationOM,
  title={Localization of methylene blue paramolybdate in vitally stained nerves.},
  author={David Monroe Chapman},
  journal={Tissue \& cell},
  year={1982},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={
          475-87
        }
}

Methylene blue supravital staining: an evaluation of its applicability to the mammalian brain and pineal gland.

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A correlative study of the physiology and morphology of the retinotectal pathway of the perch

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