can identify muscle fibres as type IIX although these fibres might contain only small amounts of type IIX myosin heavy chains (MHCs) (Fry, 2004; Parcell et al.
was utilized to study the sympathetic innervation of the thyroids from adult individuals of six different species: mouse, rat, hamster, dog, sheep, and pig.
Comparative structure and histochemistry
of silk-producing organs in arachnids.
Foster RC (1981a) The ultrastructure and histochemistry
of the rhizosphere.
Chow's group uses a technique called in situ hybridization histochemistry
, which is much more accurate and sensitive than previous detection methods.
Pathology of the umbilical cord in congenital syphilis: analysis of 25 specimens using histochemistry
and immunofiuorescent antibody to Treponema pallidum.
KineMed's innovations have pioneered new fields, including Proteome Dynamics and In Situ Kinetic Histochemistry
With the advent of genomic technologies, we now know that proliferating KS spindle tumor cells are of endothelial origin, confirming former studies that used histochemistry
and ultrastructural findings.
KEY WORDS: squid, multiple spawning, ovarian development, phospholipids, histochemistry
, Loliginidae, Lolliguncula panamensis, mucopolysaccharides, oocyte, triglycerides, vitellogenic
Key words: avian pathology, granulomatous myocarditis, histochemistry
, molecular biology, polymerase chain reaction, Candida albicans, avian, canary, Serinus canaria
Ripe pollen and histochemistry
of some gymnosperms.
Sense and antisense digoxigenin (DIG)-labeled RNA probes were designed to detect the distribution of Cdc25B mRNA in the duodenal mucosa of chicken, by means of in situ hybridization histochemistry