Mononuclear cells in subcutaneous haemorrhage with special consideration of myeloid percursor cells.

@article{Oehmichen2000MononuclearCI,
  title={Mononuclear cells in subcutaneous haemorrhage with special consideration of myeloid percursor cells.},
  author={Manfred Oehmichen and Andreas Windisch and Christoph Meissner},
  journal={Medicine, science, and the law},
  year={2000},
  volume={40 4},
  pages={286-92}
}
Various hematogenous markers were used to differentiate and quantify the types of mononuclear cells present in subcutaneous haemorrhages. Fifty samples of subcutaneous bleeding with a survival time of a few minutes to more than 48 hours were studied. The various cell types were detected using the following stains: Naphthol AS-D chloracetate esterase for myeloid cells, including mast cells; (alpha1-antichymotrypsin for monocytes/macrophages; UCHL1 for T-lymphocytes; and L26 for B lymphocytes… CONTINUE READING