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Premium Staining reticulin in beef dorsal lymph nodes for electron microscopy
Author(s)
Voyle C. A.
Publication year1977
Publication title
journal of microscopy
Resource typeJournals
PublisherBlackwell Publishing Ltd
SUMMARY Reticulin has been classically identified by virtue of its argyrophilia, as observed by light microscopy. The similarity between reticulin and collagen has been a matter for considerable discussion. This paper describes the application of a silver‐staining procedure which demonstrates the fine structure of these fibres when studied by electron microscopy, giving a direct indication of the morphological identity of the argyrophilic structures, i.e. reticulin, with collagen. Beef lymph node tissue was used for this study.
Subject(s)anatomy , biology , chemistry , dorsum , electron microscope , h&e stain , lymph , lymph node , medicine , microscopy , negative stain , optics , pathology , physics , reticular fiber , staining
Language(s)English
SCImago Journal Rank0.569
H-Index111
eISSN1365-2818
pISSN0022-2720
DOI10.1111/j.1365-2818.1977.tb01135.x

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