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Autometallography: tissue metals demonstrated by a silver enhancement kit.

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Autometallography: tissue metals demonstrated by a silver enhancement kit. / Danscher, G; Nørgaard, J O; Baatrup, E.

In: Histochemistry, Vol. 86, No. 5, 1987, p. 465-9.

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Danscher, G, Nørgaard, JO & Baatrup, E 1987, 'Autometallography: tissue metals demonstrated by a silver enhancement kit.', Histochemistry, vol. 86, no. 5, pp. 465-9.

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Danscher, G ; Nørgaard, J O ; Baatrup, E. / Autometallography: tissue metals demonstrated by a silver enhancement kit. In: Histochemistry. 1987 ; Vol. 86, No. 5. pp. 465-9.

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title = "Autometallography: tissue metals demonstrated by a silver enhancement kit.",
abstract = "In biological tissue, minute accumulations of gold, silver, mercury and zinc can be visualized by a technique whereby metallic silver is precipitated on tiny accumulations of the two noble metals, or on selenites or sulphides of all four metals. In the present study a silver enhancement kit, primarily intended for the amplification of colloidal gold particles, has been used to demonstrate these catalytic tissue metals. Sections from animals exposed intravitally to aurothiomalatate, silver lactate, mercury chloride, sodium selenite or perfused with sodium sulphide were subjected to a commercial silver enhancement kit (IntenSE, Janssen Pharmaceutica). It was found that the kit performs adequately to the silver lactate gum arabic developer and to the photographic emulsion technique. The kit can be used as a silver enhancement medium for the demonstration of zinc by the Neo-Timm and selenium methods and for demonstration of gold, silver, and mercury in tissues from animals intravitally exposed to these metals. It can also be used for counterstaining silver treated osmium fixed tissues embedded in plastic. Udgivelsesdato: 1987-null",
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T1 - Autometallography: tissue metals demonstrated by a silver enhancement kit.

AU - Danscher, G

AU - Nørgaard, J O

AU - Baatrup, E

PY - 1987

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N2 - In biological tissue, minute accumulations of gold, silver, mercury and zinc can be visualized by a technique whereby metallic silver is precipitated on tiny accumulations of the two noble metals, or on selenites or sulphides of all four metals. In the present study a silver enhancement kit, primarily intended for the amplification of colloidal gold particles, has been used to demonstrate these catalytic tissue metals. Sections from animals exposed intravitally to aurothiomalatate, silver lactate, mercury chloride, sodium selenite or perfused with sodium sulphide were subjected to a commercial silver enhancement kit (IntenSE, Janssen Pharmaceutica). It was found that the kit performs adequately to the silver lactate gum arabic developer and to the photographic emulsion technique. The kit can be used as a silver enhancement medium for the demonstration of zinc by the Neo-Timm and selenium methods and for demonstration of gold, silver, and mercury in tissues from animals intravitally exposed to these metals. It can also be used for counterstaining silver treated osmium fixed tissues embedded in plastic. Udgivelsesdato: 1987-null

AB - In biological tissue, minute accumulations of gold, silver, mercury and zinc can be visualized by a technique whereby metallic silver is precipitated on tiny accumulations of the two noble metals, or on selenites or sulphides of all four metals. In the present study a silver enhancement kit, primarily intended for the amplification of colloidal gold particles, has been used to demonstrate these catalytic tissue metals. Sections from animals exposed intravitally to aurothiomalatate, silver lactate, mercury chloride, sodium selenite or perfused with sodium sulphide were subjected to a commercial silver enhancement kit (IntenSE, Janssen Pharmaceutica). It was found that the kit performs adequately to the silver lactate gum arabic developer and to the photographic emulsion technique. The kit can be used as a silver enhancement medium for the demonstration of zinc by the Neo-Timm and selenium methods and for demonstration of gold, silver, and mercury in tissues from animals intravitally exposed to these metals. It can also be used for counterstaining silver treated osmium fixed tissues embedded in plastic. Udgivelsesdato: 1987-null

KW - Animals

KW - Brain Chemistry

KW - Gold

KW - Histocytochemistry

KW - Kidney

KW - Male

KW - Mercury

KW - Metals

KW - Mice

KW - Rats

KW - Rats, Inbred Strains

KW - Silver

KW - Zinc

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VL - 86

SP - 465

EP - 469

JO - Histochemistry

JF - Histochemistry

SN - 0301-5564

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