Scanning electron microscopy of central nervous system cerebrospinal-fluid-contacting surfaces: a bibliography (1963-1995)

Microscopy Research and Technique
J A Mitchell, S Ham

Abstract

This bibliography is compiled to assist in locating papers related to the application of scanning electron microscopy (SEM) to cerebrospinal-fluid-contacting surfaces in vertebrates. The use of SEM by neuroscientists has continued apace since the publication of the first bibliography in 1980. SEM studies now include more than 50 species of vertebrates and range from cyclostomes to humans; they encompass development from embryo to senescence and concern both normal and pathologic morphology. Although remarkable strides have been made toward a greater understanding of many aspects of the structure and function of cerebrospinal-fluid-contacting surfaces, many significant problems await the judicious application of scanning electron microscopy.

References

Sep 12, 1977·Journal of Neurology·Y MichotteM Collard
Jan 1, 1977·The American Journal of Anatomy·R E Merchant, F N Low
Jan 1, 1979·International Review of Cytology·H D Dellmann, J B Simpson
Mar 1, 1977·The American Journal of Anatomy·R B Page, R M Bergland
Apr 6, 1979·Anatomy and Embryology·A MiodońskiA Friedhuber de Grubenthal
Aug 3, 1979·Cell and Tissue Research·K Hirunagi, M Yasuda
Aug 1, 1979·Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology·A PhilippuJ N Sinha
Nov 1, 1979·Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology·P Collins
Oct 1, 1977·The Journal of Comparative Neurology·W K PaullD E Scott
Sep 1, 1977·Archivum Histologicum Japonicum = Nihon Soshikigaku Kiroku·T Yamadori
Dec 2, 1977·Anatomy and Embryology·P M Martínez, H de Weerd
Dec 28, 1977·Anatomy and Embryology·R N Cupédo
Feb 1, 1978·The Anatomical Record·R J WalshP S Lin
Apr 1, 1978·Journal of Neurosurgery·P CollinsD H Woollam
Mar 1, 1978·The American Journal of Anatomy·R J WalshP L Lin
Sep 1, 1978·The American Journal of Anatomy·R B PageR M Bergland

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