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X-ray microanalytical studies of initial mineralization in induced heterotopic bone formation in guinea pigs
(Taylor & Francis, 1981)
Allogenic demineralized dentin implanted in the abdominal wall of guinea pigs induced heterotopic osteoid and bone formation. Samples of this tissue were frozen at -140° C, freeze-dried at -80° C, infiltrated with Spurr® ...
Enzyme histochemical studies of acid phosphatise isoenzymes in induced heterotopic bone formation in guinea pigs
A bone induction model was used to study the effect of different pretreatments and inhibitors added to the substrate of acid phosphatise. Two different acid phosphatises (AcP) were demonstrated. The AcP of matrix-producing ...
Electronmicroscopic study of mineralization in induced heterotopic bone formation in guinea pigs
Mineralization of heterotopic bone was studied in a bone induction model using allogenic demineralization dentin implanted in the abdominal wall of guinea pigs. There was a high yield of newly formed osteoid and bone as ...
Enzyme histochemical studies of induced heterotopic cartilage and bone formation in guinea pigs with special references to acid phosphatise. A light and enzyme electron microscopic study
Heterotopic bone and cartilage formation was studied in a bone induction model in abdominal muscles of guinea pigs using demineralized allogenic dentin as inductive material. The light microscopical study showed high ...
Microfilaments in cells associated with induced heterotpic bone formation in guinea pigs
Sera from active chronic hepatitis were used to demonstrate actin microfilaments in cells of a bone-induced model. Demnineralized and freeze-dried allogenic dentine was implanted in the abdominal muscles of Guinea pigs. ...
Cellular reactions and mineralization in induced heterotopic bone formation in guinea pigs
(The University of Bergen, 1981)
In situ localization of interferons in psoriatic lesions
(Springer Verlag, 1989-10)
An indirect immunofluorescence technique, using murine monoclonal antibodies (MoAbs) against human IFN- and human IFN- was used to study IFNs in cryostat sections from psoriatic skin lesions. The IFNs were more pronounced ...
Phonologie de la langue Sakata (BC 34). Langue bantoue du Zaïre Parler de Lemvien Nord
(Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, 1987)