History of Staining

History of Staining : Table of Contents

Clark, G. and Kasten, F. H. (1983) History of Staining.
Philadelphia: Wiliams & Wilkins. ISBN 0683017055

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  • Chapter 1 – Ralph Dougall Lillie
  • Chapter 2 – The pioneers in staining
  • Chapter 3 – Sir John Hill
  • Chapter 4 – Joseph von Gerlach
  • Chapter 5 – Cochineal dyes
  • Chapter 6 – Logwood dyes
  • Chapter 7 – Rudolf Heidenhain
  • Chapter 8 – Paul Mayer
  • Chapter 9 – Aniline dyes in histology
  • Chapter 10 – Paul G Unna
  • Chapter 11 – The development of bacteriological staining methods
  • Chapter 12 – Paul Ehrlich
  • Chapter 13 – The development of cytological staining
  • Chapter 14 – Walther Flemming
  • Chapter 15 – The staining of blood and parasitic protozoa
  • Chapter 16 – John Belling
  • Chapter 17 – The use of dyes as vital stains
  • Chapter 18 – Gustav Mann
  • Chapter 19 – Connective tissue stains
  • Chapter 20 – Frank B Mallory
  • Chapter 21 – Neurological stains
  • Chapter 22 – Immunological staining
  • Chapter 23 – The development of fluorescent microscopy up through WWII
  • Chapter 24 – A history of protein and nucleic acid histochemistry

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