The combination of histochemistry and cytochemistry with electron microscopy for the demonstration of the sites of succinic dehydrogenase activity
This brief survey report is concerned with some of the experience gained during a series of experiments in which histochemistry and cytochemistry were combined with electron microscopy. In part, this paper will deal briefly with some of the experimental designs used to arrive at a compromise situation between the distinct and different requirements of the separate disciplines, histochemistry and electron microscopy, so that both can be used together. A second part is concerned with some of the results obtained during investigation on the sites of activity of the succinic dehydrogenase system of enzymes.
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 5.Barrnett, R. J.: Exp. Cell Res. (1959). (In Press).Google Scholar
- 8.Barrnett, R. J. and G. E. Palade: Anat. Rec. 127, 395 (1957).Google Scholar
- 11.Sedar, A. W., and C. G. ROSA: Anat. Rec. 130, 371 (1958).Google Scholar
- 13.Isenberg, I.: J. Histochem. Cytochem. 4, 416 (1956).Google Scholar
- 14.Karmarkar, S. S., R. J. Barrnett and A. M. Seligman: J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1959 (In Press).Google Scholar
- 16.Ball, E. G., and R. J. Barrnett: and O. Cooper: J. biol. Chem. 180, 113 (1949).Google Scholar
- 18.Ball, E. G.: In Enzymes: Units of Biological Structure and Function (O. H. GAEBLER, ed.) New York: Academic Press Inc. 1956, 433.Google Scholar
- 20.Cleland, K. W., and E. C. Slater: Biochem. J. 53, 547 (1953).Google Scholar