Techniques in Diagnostic Pathology: v. 3
This is part of a series aimed at clinical and research pathologists which describes and critically evaluates a wide range of techniques used in diagnostic pathology. Detailing essential steps and procedures not usually supplied in primary reference material, the series encompasses well established methods and newer, molecular techniques in such a way as to encourage their use in routine library diagnosis. It includes methods using the "new technologies" - such as flow cytometry and in situ hybridization - as well as established ones.
- Hardback | 180 pages
- 152 x 229mm | 580g
- 01 Aug 1992
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
Immunogold silver staining techniques for high resolution immunohistochemistry in clinical materials, J. Rogh and M.J. Warhol; a modification of the ABC technique applying the immunogold silver staining, J.Roth, et al; scanning electron microscopy - applications in diagnostic pathology, P.G. Toner, et al; confocal microscopic imaging of the PAP-smear, M.E. Boon, et al; proteoglycan specific radiographic contrast method for the visualization of cartilage changes in the human hip joint ex vivo, B.Exer and A. pataki; quantitative radiographic diagnosis of osteo-arthritis of the knee joint in the C57BL mouse, A. Pataki, et al; detection of genes, oncogenes and their products in tumor diagnosis, T.J. Triche; chromosome analysis - allelotyping and in situ hybridization, P. Devilee, et al.