Microsoft Word - CTO006BF.rtf

  • Published 2008


INTRODUCTION Until recently, histology and biochemistry have been two practically independent branches of biology. Histologists have prepared thin sections and stained them to elucidate details in the microscopical structure of the specimen. Biochemists, on the other hand, have mainly been interested in the chemical composition of gross anatomical samples… (More)


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