[Autofluorescent cells in the sacculus rotundus in the rabbit]
- Many autofluorescent cells, rich in yellow pigment are described in the rabbit's sacculus rotundus. This pigment stained positively with Sudan black, PAS and Masson-Hamperl techniques. The cells correspond to those described in rat and in mice lymphatic organs. The possible origin of the pigment is discussed.
- Bulletin de l'Association des anatomistes
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