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The Paraganglia

Author: P Böck
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1982.
Series: Handbuch der mikroskopischen Anatomie des Menschen, Blutgefä€- und Lymphgefä€apparat · Innersekretorische Drüsen, 6 / 8.
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Our knowledge of chromaffin tissue has increased enormously since the last comprehensive treatise in this series was published in 1943, chiefly as a result of the development of new histological methods and technical improve ments. Less than 40 years have passed since the review by MAX WATZKA, and essentially only 25 years were required to accumulate an abundance of revolu tionizing findings: it was not until 1957  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: P Böck
ISBN: 9783642682087 3642682081
OCLC Number: 851820516
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 315 pages 61 illustrations).
Contents: A. Introduction --
I. Alfred Kohn and the Concept of Paraganglionic Cells and Tissues --
II. Max Watzka's Review on Paraganglia --
III. Notes on Terminology --
IV. Paraganglia and the APUD Cell Concept --
V. Paraganglia and the Concept of Paraneurons --
B. Morphological and Histochemical Methods for the Study of Paraganglionic Cells --
I. Fine Structural Morphology and Electron Microscopic Cytochemistry of Catecholamines --
II. Light Microscopic Methods for the Study of Paraganglionic Cells --
III. Immunocytochemistry of Enzymes Involved in Catecholamine Synthesis --
IV. Staining Methods for Proteins --
V. Quinacrine Fluorescence --
C. General Morphology of Paraganglionic Cells and Tissues --
I. The Chromaffin (Paraganglionic) Cell --
II. Sustentacular Cells --
III. Composition of Paraganglionic Tissue --
IV. Histochemistry of Paraganglionic Tissue --
V. Autoradiographic Studies on Paraganglionic Cells --
IV. Hormones in Paraganglionic Cells --
D. Description of Anatomically Defined Paraganglia --
I. Paraganglia in Man and Mammals --
II. Development of Paraganglionic Tissue --
III. Postnatal Fate of Extra-Adrenal Paraganglionic Tissue --
IV. Comparative Anatomy of Paraganglia in Non-Mammalian Vertebrates --
E. Paraganglionic Cells in Sympathetic Ganglia (SIF Cells, SGC Cells) --
I. Introduction --
II. Morphology --
III. Functional Considerations --
F. Paraganglionic Cells Under Experimental Conditions --
I. Tissue Culture --
II. Transplantation of Paraganglionic Cells --
IV. In Vivo Effects of Hormones and Drugs --
IV. Hypoxia --
G. Pathology --
Appendix 1: A. Kohn, 1867-1959 Life History and His Papers on Paraganglia --
Appendix 2: G. Muratori, 1909-1971 Life History and His Papers on Paraganglia --
References --
Author Index.
Series Title: Handbuch der mikroskopischen Anatomie des Menschen, Blutgefä€- und Lymphgefä€apparat · Innersekretorische Drüsen, 6 / 8.
Responsibility: by P. Böck.
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Our knowledge of chromaffin tissue has increased enormously since the last comprehensive treatise in this series was published in 1943, chiefly as a result of the development of new histological methods and technical improve ments. Less than 40 years have passed since the review by MAX WATZKA, and essentially only 25 years were required to accumulate an abundance of revolu tionizing findings: it was not until 1957 that the carotid body was first studied successfully with the electron microscope. In 1962 the technique of formalde hyde-induced fluorescence was introduced, yielding a view of adrenergic struc tures that was completely new and far better than that obtained with the chro maffin reaction. Immunohistochemistry made it possible to localize enzymes responsible for catecholamine synthesis and to detect peptide hormones. Autora diographic techniques were used at the level of the electron microscope, the method of chemical sympathectomy was introduced and still other technical improvements could be mentioned. I myself have been interested in chromaffin cells and sympathetic neurons since 1965, when I entered the Department of Histology, University of Vienna, as a medical student. Therefore I have not followed the developments mentioned above retrospectively, but have actually experienced them. Anyone who experi ences such a development comes to believe that he is well acquainted with the various results and interpretations and is thus capable of objectivity.

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