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Identification of proliferating cells in piscine tissues by incorporation and immunocytochemical detection of bromodeoxy-uridine


Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists 15(5): 165-167
Identification of proliferating cells in piscine tissues by incorporation and immunocytochemical detection of bromodeoxy-uridine
Mitotic cells in tissues (intestinal mucosa, spleen, liver, and submucosal tissues) of carp have been labelled by incorporation of 5-bromo-2-deooxy uridine (BrdU) and subsequently identified immunocytochemically. Incorporated BrdU was detected in tissues sampled by 2 h after inoculation.

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