Discrimination of Two Types of Phagocytic Cells in the Connective Tissues by the Supravital Technique
- Discrimination of Two Types of Phagocytic Cells in the Connective Tissues by the Supravital Technique
Sabin, Florence R.
Cunningham, Robert S.
Doan, Charles A.
- In this article, Sabin and her colleagues report on observations of clasmatocytes [now called macrophages] and monocytes. With vital stains, they were able to differentiate the two types of cells, follow their development and activity, and determine that the monocytes consume much less debris than clasmatocytes.
- Contributions to Embryology
- Carnegie Institution of Washington
- Reproduced with permission of the Carnegie Institution of Washington.
- Lymphocytes, Macrophages, Monocytes, Embryology, and Leukocytes
- 38 pages
- Legacy Source Citation:
- Periodical. Sabin, Florence R., Charles A. Doan, and Robert S. Cunningham. "Discrimination of Two Types of Phagocytic Cells in the Connective Tissues by the Supravital Technique." Contributions to Embryology XVI, 82 (1925): 125-162. Article. 38 Images.. Contributions to Embryology
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- The Florence R. Sabin Papers
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- On the Faculty at 'The Hopkins', 1902-1925