Molecular Morphology in Human Tissues
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Molecular Morphology in Human Tissues

Techniques and Applications

Gerhard W. Hacker, Raymond R. Tubbs, Gerhard W. Hacker, Jiang Gu, Gerhard W. Hacker, Raymond R. Tubbs

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Molecular Morphology in Human Tissues

Techniques and Applications

Gerhard W. Hacker, Raymond R. Tubbs, Gerhard W. Hacker, Jiang Gu, Gerhard W. Hacker, Raymond R. Tubbs

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Molecular Morphology in Human Tissues: Techniques and Applications presents the most advanced molecular morphological techniques to date. This integrated approach to molecular morphology provides powerful analytical and diagnostic tools at the genome level, making the diagnosis and management of cancer, viral infections, and other diseases more pre

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Publisher
CRC Press
Year
2004
ISBN
9780203503485
Edition
1
Subtopic
Pathology

Table of contents

  1. Front cover
  2. DEDICATION
  3. FOREWORD
  4. PREFACE
  5. THE EDITORS
  6. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  7. CONTRIBUTORS
  8. CONTENTS
  9. 1 Immunostaining Techniques for Co-Localization of Multiple Peptide Antigens in Light Microscopy
  10. 2 Multiple Staining in Molecular Morphology
  11. 3 Amplification for Immunohistochemistry and
  12. 4 Gold Cluster Labels and Related Technologies in Molecular Morphology
  13. 5 Metallographic In Situ Hybridization Procedures for Detection of HER2 Gene Amplification
  14. 6 Signal Amplification in Molecular Morphology
  15. 7 Hybridization as a Tool for Survey of Genomic Alterations in Human Neoplasms
  16. 8 A Method for Localization of Transcription Factors
  17. 9 High Throughput Morphological Gene Expression Studies Using Automated mRNA In Situ Hybridization Applications and Tissue Microarrays for Post-Genomic and Clinical Research
  18. 10 Whole-Mount In Situ Hybridization: Manual and Automated Procedure
  19. 11 An Open Door to Molecular Cytopathology: Interphase Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) on Liquid-Based Thin-Layer Preparations
  20. 12 Recent Developments in In Situ PCR
  21. 13 High-Resolution Visualization of Apoptotic Markers in Human Biopsies
  22. 14 Three-Dimensional Full Color Demonstration of Bright-Field and Fluorescence Microscopic Preparations: The Digital Optical Microscope
  23. 15 Visualization of Signal Transduction Pathways in Real Time: Protein Kinase C and Phagocytosis
  24. 16 Proteolytic Activity Demonstrated by Film In Situ Zymography (FIZ): A Clinically Applicable Double-Staining Method Also Involving ImmunoGold- Silver Staining
  25. 17 Conscious Production and Purchase of Reagents for Molecular Morphology: Methodological, Ethical, and Legal Considerations
  26. 18 Quality Assurance of Immunocytochemistry and Molecular Morphology
  27. Index
  28. Back cover
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APA 6 Citation

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MLA 7 Citation

[author missing]. Molecular Morphology in Human Tissues. 1st ed. CRC Press, 2004. Web. 14 Oct. 2022.