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Receptor autoradiography using selective radiolabeled ligands allows visualization of brain receptor distribution and density on film. The resolution of specific brain regions on the film often can be difficult to discern owing to the general spread of the radioactive label and the lack of...
Insufficient dietary magnesium (Mg) intake has been associated with low bone mass in humans, and recent basic science studies have indicated that this bone loss may be secondary to increased release of substance P and TNFα. Much less is known about the effects of low Mg intake on cartilage. We...
During the preimmunohistochemical era, silver stains were an important part of the staining arsenal for identifying certain tissue structures and cell types in tissue sections. Some of them were useful for demonstrating endocrine cells, especially in the gastrointestinal tract. Until the late...
It is well established that p16 INK4A protein acts as a cell cycle inhibitor in the nucleus. Therefore, cytoplasmic localization of p16 INK4A usually is disregarded by investigators as nonspecific. Three recent studies reported findings that differ from the current view concerning p16 INK4A...
We describe here a computational morphology-based approach to the investigation of possible causes of chromatin alterations in sperm. A comprehensive set of state-of-the-art and geometric measures are computationally extracted from toluidine blue stained images and analyzed to infer the possible...
Small biopsy samples are used increasingly to assess the biomarker expression for prognostic information and for monitoring therapeutic responses prior to and during neoadjuvant therapy. The issue of intratumor heterogeneity of expression of biomarkers, however, has raised questions about the...
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