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A histochemical research of phospholipids and simple triglyceride esters in human liver tissues

AuthorsGarcía-Segura, Luis M. ; Martínez-Rodríguez, Ricardo; Toledano Gasca, Adolfo
Issue Date1975
CitationAnnales d'Histochimie 20: 237- 243 (1975)
AbstractThe content of phospholipids and simple triglyceride esters in different specimens of normal human liver tissues is investigated. Eight histochemical methods were developed for the lipid identification. Eight histochemical methods were applied to tissues fixed in Baker's formol and cut off by freezing microtome. Some sections were previously treated with acetone, pyridine or bromine water, and others were paraffin embedded with or without previous treatment with potassium dichromate. The histochemical investigations in these experimented conditions were very useful to demonstrate the lipophobic, saturated or unsaturated characteristics of the above mentioned lipids.
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