International Review of Experimental Pathology: New In Vivo and In Vitro Imaging Techniques v. 36
Dealing with in vivo and in vitro imaging techniques, this volume covers: imaging of cells in place and in culture by video, confocal microscopy, and scanning lasers.
- Hardback | 198 pages
- 01 May 1996
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
- references, index
Table of contents
Computerized graphic imaging for three-dimensional representation - general principles and applications to embryo-foetal development, G.A. Machin and G.H. Sperber; morphometric analysis of vascular smooth muscle cells by scanning electron microscopy, A.P. Evan and B.A. Connors; three-dimensional confocal light and electron microscopy of central nervous system tissue, and neurons and glia in culture, J.N. Turner, J.W. Swann, D.H. Szarowski, K.L. Smith, W. Shain, D.O. Carpenter and M. Fejtl; ultrasonic imaging of microscopic structures in living organs, M.F. Insana; in vivo confocal imaging - general principles and applications, W.M. Petroll, J.V. Jester, and H.D. Cavanagh; tandem scanning confocal microscopic imaging of the living kidney, P. Andrews; in situ studies of renal arteriolar function using the in vitro perfused hydronephrotic rat kidney, R.D. Loutzenhiser; optical studies of intracellular pH in kidney cells in vitro, L.L. Hamm, K.S. Hering-Smith, and I.D. Weiner; simultaneous imaging of intra-cellular (Ca2+) and pH in single cells, T.B. Wiegmann, S. Vamos, D.M. Beatty, S.J. Morris, and L.W. Welling; measuring cytosolic Ca2+ in cells with fluorescent probes - an aid to understanding cell pathophysiology, A. Hayes, S.H. Cody, and D.A. Williams.