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Molecular morphology in human tissues

techniques and applications

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Histochemistry -- Laboratory manuals.,
  • Histocytological Preparation Techniques.,
  • Immunohistochemistry -- methods.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Gerhard W. Hacker, Raymond R. Tubbs.
    GenreLaboratory manuals.
    SeriesAdvances in pathology, microscopy & molecular morphology
    ContributionsHacker, Gerhard W., Tubbs, Raymond R., 1946-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH613 .M65 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 304 p. :
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22595633M
    ISBN 100849317029

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Molecular Morphology in Human Tissues: Techniques and Applications presents the most advanced molecular morphological techniques to date. This integrated approach to molecular morphology provides powerful analytical and diagnostic tools at the genome level, making the diagnosis and management of cancer, viral infections, and other diseases more precise and Format: Hardcover.

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(Advances in pathology, microscopy & molecular morphology) CRC Press, [c] p. $ Molecular morphology is a field of microscopy, histology, and cytology that has emerged from the combination and adaptation of techniques formerly developed for immunology, biochemistry, and molecular biology.

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Tubbs Decem Molecular Morphology in Human Tissues: Techniques and Applications presents the most advanced molecular morphological techniques to. Molecular morphology allows the microscopic visualization of biochemical/molecular biological/ physiologic processes in human, animal, and plant tissues, and the useful areas include diagnostic molecular pathology, histo- and cytogenetics, and manifold other fields of.

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Among the methods are in situ hybridization, in situ detection of infectious agents, the "FISH" technique, PCR, immunocytochemistry, : $ Atlas of Hematopathology: Morphology, Immunophenotype, Cytogenetics, and Molecular Approaches, Second Edition, will appeal to both a wide range of people undergoing training in a variety of medical fields and practicing non-hematopathologists.

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This comprehensive, full color hematopathology reference book emphasizes immunophenotpic features, cytogenetic studies, and diagnostic molecular aspects. Hematopathology begins with introductions to morphologic evaluation of the hematopoietic tissues and principles of immunophenotyping, cytogenetics and molecular studies followed by chapters.

Ultrastructure Atlas of Human Tissues presents a variety of scanning and transmission electron microscope images of the major systems of the human body.

Photography with the electron microscope records views of the intricate substructures and microdesigns of objects and tissues, and reveals details within them inaccessible to the naked eye or light microscope. Histology Main Topics Main goal of this note is to explain the basic concepts and principles that govern the basic structure and function of each tissue.

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In Morphology Methods: Cell and Molecular Biology Techniques, Ricardo Lloyd, md, phd, provides critical and tutorial surveys of the cutting-edge molecular and cell biologic techniques used today in the analysis of cells and tissues in situ.

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Pennington, Kyla () Molecular morphology in human tissues: techniques and applications [edited by Gerhard W. Hacker and Raymond Tubbs]. Histology by William Anthony Beresford.

This note covers the following topics: histology: method and microscopy, cytology, epithelia, connective tissues, cartilage, bone, bone formation, muscle, nervous elements, central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, eye and its adnexa, auditory and vestibular organs, circulatory system, glands, blood, haemocytopoiesis, defence.

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Organs are then formed by the functional grouping together of multiple tissues. The English word "tissue" derives from the French word "tissu", meaning that .