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“…Cells whose cytoplasm remains unstained. Types I, II and III can be grouped together as 'mucoid cells' (Pearse, 1952) because of the presence of PAS-positive glycoprotein in their cytoplasm. Type IV cehs are acidophils, and type VI chromophobes.…”
Section: Cell Types Observationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Cells whose cytoplasm remains unstained. Types I, II and III can be grouped together as 'mucoid cells' (Pearse, 1952) because of the presence of PAS-positive glycoprotein in their cytoplasm. Type IV cehs are acidophils, and type VI chromophobes.…”
Section: Cell Types Observationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Wislocki & Dempsey (1948), using the Gomori technique on the alcohol-fixed, paraffin-embedded monkey pituitary, found no alkaline phosphatase staining in the anterior lobe ; in this work blood vessels and cells of the posterior lobe were stained. Pearse (1952) using the same technique on human pituitaries found staining of basophils and some chromophobes. Kabat & Furth (1941) investigating similar material observed staining of capillaries in both the anterior and posterior lobes and of basophils of the anterior lobe of the pituitary.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 89%
“…of the tissue was nearly m atching the back ground, they dem onstrated wide ranges in their R.I. This might reflect stages in their differentiation and chemical constitution (Dawson [1946], hand [1955], Griesbach [ 1953], Pearse [1952a, b |, Purves and Griesbach [1951, 1957, Rennets [1953], Romeis [1940|, Severinghaus [1933). It was found, for instance, th at chrom ophobes when examined for m ineral com ponents with m icroincineration technique (Kruszynski 11957c[) possessed differing am ounts of mineral deposits: some chromophobes were ash free while others possessed large amounts in their protoplasm .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%