Histochemistry Remarks on the Histochemistry of Brain Tumours
While routine staining techniques are suitable for demonstrating the distribution of substrate, histochemical methods should help to clarify, through analysis of the basic components, structural relationships particularly in cases where the problem of metabolic dynamics is in the foreground. A large number of biochemical analyses have been applied in adapted form to histological sections. Particularly in the last decade new histochemical techniques have been developed and are already used as a routine. During the 4th Neuropathology Congress at Munich in 1961 a series of papers dealt with the problems of histochemistry of brain tumours.
KeywordsSchwann Cell Myelin Sheath Histochemical Method Special Fixation Lipid Substance
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