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  1. 3D vessel-wall virtual histology of whole-body perfused mice using a novel heavy element stain
  2. Fluorescence microscopy in life sciences
  3. Progressive haemalum (alum-haematoxylin) stains the DNA, not nucleoprotein, in cell nuclei.
  4. Formulation of a 70% ethanol fixative that preserves RNAs
  5. Editorial
  6. Improved stain for identifying anthrax bacilli
  7. Editorial
  8. Certification procedures for sirius red F3B (CI 35780, Direct red 80)
  9. Notes and Queries
  10. Hematoxylin shortages: their causes and duration, and other dyes that can replace hemalum in routine hematoxylin and eosin staining
  11. A special issue devoted to hematoxylin, hematein, and hemalum
  12. Graduate Training and Education in Histotechnology and Histochemistry
  13. Defined numerical scores for quality of tissue and cell fixation for light microscopy.
  14. Nuclear Stains
  15. Anionic Counterstains
  16. News from the Biological Stain Commission
  17. Revised procedures for the certification of carmine (C.I. 75470, Natural red 4) as a biological stain
  18. Indigogenic substrates for detection and localization of enzymes
  19. Certification procedures for nuclear fast red (Kernechtrot), CI 60760
  20. Histochemistry of Staining Methods for Normal and Degenerating Myelin in the Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems
  21. Dyeing and other ways to stain cells and tissues for microscopy Link:
  22. Methods for microdissection and tissue processing.
  23. Notes and queries
  24. Hexazonium pararosaniline as a fixative for animal tissues
  25. The E protein HEB is preferentially expressed in developing muscle
  26. Notes and queries
  27. Notes and queries
  28. Permeation of proteins from the blood into peripheral nerves and ganglia
  29. Frontal lobe atrophy in motor neuron diseases
  30. Anti-neurone antibodies are not characteristic of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  31. Clinicopathological features of primary lateral sclerosis are different from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  32. Changes in shapes of surviving motor neurons in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  35. Frozen Pre-embryos
  36. A circulating exogenous protein can enter enteric nervous tissue in the rat
  37. Neurogenic inflammation
  38. Sennosides do not kill myenteric neurons in the colon of the rat or mouse
  39. Intestinal anastomosis in the rat facilitated by a rapidly digested internal splint and indigestible but absorbable sutures
  40. Specific, selective, and complete staining of neurons of the myenteric plexus, using Cuprolinic blue
  41. Pre-embryos
  42. The action of chromium(III) in fixation of animal tissues
  43. Partial purification from mammalian peripheral nerve of a trophic factor that ameliorates atrophy of denervated muscle
  44. A conditioning lesion does not induce axonal regeneration in the optic nerve of the rat
  45. Effect of nerve extract on number of acetylcholine receptors in denervated muscles of rats
  46. Effect of nerve extract on atrophy of denervated or immobilized muscles
  47. Endoneurial vascular permeability in degenerating and regenerating peripheral nerves
  48. Neurotrophic effects of sciatic nerve extract on denervated extensor digitorum longus muscle in the rat
  49. Vascular permeability associated with axonal regeneration in the optic system of the goldfish
  50. Hypotheses concerned with axonal regeneration in the mammalian nervous system.
  51. Uptake and retrograde transport of proteins by regenerating axons
  52. Recycling of osmium tetroxide in the laboratory
  53. Axonal regeneration in experimental allergic peripheral neuritis
  54. An explanation of axonal regeneration in peripheral nerves and its failure in the central nervous system
  55. Estimation of lengths of regenerated axons in nerves
  56. Recycling Procedure for Gold Chloride Used in Neurohistology
  57. Effects of triiodothyronine on the normal and regenerating facial nerve of the rat
  58. Cytochemical variation of mast cells in the skin of the rat
  59. Effects of triiodothyronine on protein synthesis in regenerating peripheral neurons
  60. Effects of aprotinin of organ cultures of the rat’s kidney
  61. Evidence for the involvement of vasoactive constituents of mast cells in axon reflex vasodilatation in the skin of the rat
  62. Degranulation of dermal mast cells: Effects of fixation and of antidromic nervous impulses on two histochemically identified cell-types
  63. Accelerated recovery from peripheral nerve injury in experimental hyperthyroidism
  64. The skin in magnesium-deficient rats
  65. Localization of ?-d-glucosyl and ?-d-mannosyl groups of mucosubstances with concanavalin A and horseradish peroxidase
  66. Action of aprotinin on the survival of adult cerebellar neurons in organ culture
  67. Experimental allergic encephalomyelitis in the rat: Histopathological studies and the effects of sera on adult cerebellar organ cultures
  68. Effects of metabolic inhibitors on vital staining with methylene blue
  69. Effects of insulin, triiodothyronine and corticosterone on organ cultures of the adult rat cerebellum
  70. Complete Staining of Neuromuscular Innervation with Bromoindigo and Silver
  71. Action of adenosine triphosphate on mast cells in normal and denervated skin
  72. Effects of aprotinin on organ cultures of the cerebellum of the adult rat
  73. Acceleration of peripheral nervous regeneration in the rat by exogenous triiodothyronine
  74. Aprotinin, a carbohydrate-binding protein
  75. Effects of known and suspected neurotransmitter substances and of some nucleotides on isolated mast cells
  76. Histochemical detection of the ?-D-arabinopyranoside configuration using fluorescent-labelled concanavalin A
  77. Enhancement of axonal regeneration in the brain of the rat by corticotrophin and triiodothyronine
  78. Organ culture of the central nervous system of the adult rat
  79. Effects of triiodothyronine on the cerebellar cortex of the new-born rat in tissue culture
  80. Silver staining of axons in subcellular fractions of nervous tissue
  81. Effect of interrupting retino-hypothalamic connections on the melanophore response inXenopus laevis
  82. Mast cells seen in the brain of the hedgehog
  83. The fine structure of the infundibular process of the hedgehog