Current Practice and Prospects for the Intracellular Stains
If nothing else is clear from this symposium, we have learned that a great many people are using the intracellular stains or plan to do so in the future. To predict what new needs may arise for this technology, and what developments may be necessary to meet them, it may help to summarize the motivations that underlie its contemporary use.
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