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  • Histologie Introduction (5)

    Techniques Spciales (2)

    Grard ABADJIANFacult de Mdecine2008

    Index

  • Index 02

    Colorations spciales (01)

    Cristaux (Lumire Polarise)

    Immunofluorescence Directe

    Techniques immuno-enzymatiques: Immunohistochimie

    Index

  • Cristaux (Oxalate): Lumire Polarise

    Index

  • Immunofluorescence directe

    Antigne X

    Anticorps Anti-X Fluorochrome

    Index

  • Index

  • Techniques immuno-enzymatiques (ImmunoHistoChimie)

    Anticorps primaire

    Ac secondaire marqu la Peroxydase

    HRP

    Anticorps primaire

    Ac secondaire

    Complexe Peroxydase AntiPeroxydase (PAP)

    Antigne X

    Indirecte PAPIndex

  • Marqueurs cellulaires

    Membranaires (ex. tissu lymphode) Cytoplasmiques:

    Filaments intermdiaires Produits de scrtion

    Nuclaires Rcepteurs.

    Index

    http://www.epathologies.com/acad/histo_lv/ganglion.pdf

  • Index

  • NEURON SPECIFIC ENOLASE:Glycolytic enzyme, , subunits,non specific)

    Index

  • NEUROFILAMENT:Main structural element in neuronal axones and dendrites

    Index

  • SYNAPTOPHYSIN : Membrane glycoprotein, presynaptic vesicles

    Index

  • Index

  • GLIAL FIBRILLARY ACIDIC PROTEIN:Intermediate filament protein in astrocytes and ependymal cells

    Index

  • NFIndex

  • Ex.: Granulations neuro-scrtoires

    Index

  • Fin

    Merci de votre attention

    Grard ABADJIANLe 7 Fvrier 2007

    This appendix is intended for users who have little or no experience working with databases or database connections. It explains general concepts, not specific procedures. To see how these concepts apply in practice, see the rest of the help system. This appendix is intended for users who have little or no experience working with databases or database connections. It explains general concepts, not specific procedures. To see how these concepts apply in practice, see the rest of the help system. This appendix is intended for users who have little or no experience working with databases or database connections. It explains general concepts, not specific procedures. To see how these concepts apply in practice, see the rest of the help system. This appendix is intended for users who have little or no experience working with databases or database connections. It explains general concepts, not specific procedures. To see how these concepts apply in practice, see the rest of the help system.

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    Histologie Introduction (5)Techniques Spciales (2)Index 02Cristaux (Oxalate): Lumire PolariseImmunofluorescence directeSlide Number 5Techniques immuno-enzymatiques (ImmunoHistoChimie)Marqueurs cellulairesSlide Number 8Slide Number 9Slide Number 10Slide Number 11Slide Number 12Slide Number 13Slide Number 14Ex.: Granulations neuro-scrtoiresFinMerci de votre attention