Studies on Blood: The Vitally Stainable Granules As a Specific Criterion for Erythroblasts and the Differentiation of the Three Strains of White Blood-Cells As Seen in the Living Chick's Yolk-Sac


Title:
Studies on Blood: The Vitally Stainable Granules As a Specific Criterion for Erythroblasts and the Differentiation of the Three Strains of White Blood-Cells As Seen in the Living Chick's Yolk-Sac
Creator:
Sabin, Florence R.
Date:
October 1921
Description:
Here Sabin elaborates on earlier work with living chick embryos, and describes her preparation techniques (including the use of vital stains), how to identify primitive red blood cells by the stains they take, and how leucocytes, monocytes, and lymphocytes take form during the first seven days of development.
Periodical:
Bulletin of the Academy of Arts and Sciences
Publisher:
Johns Hopkins University
Rights:
Public Domain
Genre:
Articles
Subject:
Erythrocytes, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Leukocytes, Stem Cells, Embryology, and Anatomy
Format:
Text
Extent:
8 pages
Language:
English
Legacy Source Citation:
Periodical. Sabin, Florence R. "Studies on Blood: The Vitally Stainable Granules As a Specific Criterion for Erythroblasts and the Differentiation of the Three Strains of White Blood-Cells As Seen in the Living Chick's Yolk-Sac." Bulletin of the Academy of Arts and Sciences XXXII, 368 (October 1921): 314-321. Article. 8 Images.. Bulletin of the Academy of Arts and Sciences
Legacy ID:
RRBBGM
NLM ID:
101584641X93
Profiles Collection:
The Florence R. Sabin Papers
Story Section:
On the Faculty at 'The Hopkins', 1902-1925